Heart of Midnight is a twisted little sadomasochistic outing [from a screen story by Matthew Chapman and Everett De Roche] whose plot centers on Carol Rivers (Jennifer Jason Leigh), a young woman…
Covering the first 30 days of attempted recovery by middle-class cocaine addict Michael Keaton, Sober is sobering indeed, perhaps too grim.
A Handful of Dust is classy stuff based on an Evelyn Waugh novel, with a high production standard but an essentially empty story.
Conceived on 1950s B-movie sci-fi terms, They Live is a fantastically subversive film, a nifty little confection pitting us vs them, the haves vs the have-nots.
A cross-cultural teen sex farce with some good moments, Some Girls hinges on the deadpan comic timing of Patrick Dempsey, who plays Michael, an American student invited by his college sweetheart…
Monkey Shines is a befuddled story about a man constrained from the neck down told by a director confused from the neck up.
Rebecca DeMornay and Mary Gross are FBI academy trainees in a buddy picture that plays more like a biddy picture. There isn't a fresh idea or a new one-liner in all of the script, an anthology of…
Biloxi Blues is an agreeable but hardly inspired film version of Neil Simon's second installment of his autobiographical trilogy, which bowed during the 1984-85 season. Even with high-powered talents…
Scripters have moved the setting of their stage version from the loose environs of a Club Med-type playground to a health and fitness resort, the Oasis [and added a question mark at the end of the…
Sure, kids like dinosaurs, but beyond that, premise doesn't find far to go. Story is about Littlefoot (Gabriel Damon), an innocent dinosaur tyke who gets separated from his family and after a…
Pic, a cheesy little crime thriller, starts off promisingly as a sort of followup to Burt Reynolds' Sharky's Machine, with him working again with fellow cop Bernie Casey on a big drug bust. Nutcase…