Crucial inability of a film to get inside a character's head spells big trouble for I'm Dancing As Fast As I Can. Result here is that Jill Clayburgh's constantly center-stage character comes off as…
Strong on ambiance and suggested terror, Brimstone & Treacle is a handsomely mounted gothic tale. Sting, rock singer from The Police, makes a strong impression in his first major film role.
Combine beaucoup gore and an atrocity-a-minute action edited in fastpace style. Then, toss in a scantily clad cast of none-too- talented performers mouthing dimwitted dialog and garnish with a touch…
Personal Best offers audiences a lot to like in solid characterizations, plus some shock that is a Robert Towne trademark. What they probably won't share, however, is his tedious fascination with…
Sylvester Stallone plays a former Green Beret, a 'killing machine' who's so tough if there had been one more of him, the Viet Cong wouldn't have had a chance.
It can't be said that Airplane II is no better or worse than its predecessor. It is far worse, but might seem funnier had there been no original.
Screenwriter/exec producer Francis Veber, who scored by spoofing one segment of the homosexual life-style in La Cage aux Folles and its sequel, this time tries to transfer his approach to a…
Heads seen being split or cut off in swift but bloody closeups, along with a lot of aesthetic juxtaposition of ancient Japanese manners and architecture versus modern ditto, are the main attractions…
This homosexual-themed domestic drama of a married man's 'coming out' stands up well on all counts, emerging as an absorbing tale.
Lensed in black-and-white and outfitted with a 'straight' mystery score by Miklos Rozsa and authentic 1940s costumes by Edith Head, this spoof of film noir detective yarns sees Steve Martin…
The real question with Rocky III was how Sylvester Stallone could twist the plot to make an interesting difference. He manages.