Jamie Uys has concocted a genial sequal to his 1981 international sleeper hit The Gods mus t Be Crazy that is better than its progenitor in most respects.
Sea of Love is a suspenseful film noir boasting a superlative performance by Al Pacino as a burned-out Gotham cop.
Lock Up is made in the same, simplistic vein as most other Sylvester Stallone pics - putting him, the blue-collar protagonist, against the odds over which he ultimately prevails.
The cliches are as thick as the foliage in Farewell to the King, John Milius' adaptation of a novel [L'adieu au roi] by French author-filmmaker Pierre Schoendoerffer. Pic recycles familiar situations…
A bawdy and audacious tale of politics and scandal, Blaze delivers a good love story and a brave and marvelous character turn by Paul Newman.
Bertrand Blier, whose films usually have made sardonic fun of such staple themes as friendship and sexual relationships, has come up with a new charmer in Too Beautiful for You, this time bringing…
Tap is a surprisingly rich and affecting blend of dance and story that transcends its respectful deference toward the great hoofers of a bygone era to deliver plenty of glowing contemporary…
Burt Reynolds plays Joe Paris, a suspended detective who wakes up from a drunken binge to find himself the lead suspect in a murder investigation. His case is given to an assertive debutante (Theresa…
Definitely no comedy, Immed iate Family nonetheless explodes with bursts of laughter that lighten the heartbreak of a lot of nice people tormented by their own best intentions.
Director-producer Sean Cunningham molds this tale of a sea monster attacking an ocean-bottom research team [story by Lewis Abernathy].
It's tricky trying to convert stage to screen, and this is one play that suffers in translation. As a movie, A Chorus of Disapproval, chugs along when Alan Ayckbourn's play raced.