Bernardo Bertolucci's latest writer-director stint, a free adaptation of Alberto Moravia's book The Conformist, is a click from start to finish.
This trashy, gaudy, sound-stage vulgarity about low life among the high life is as funny as a burning orphanage.
This story of a glossed-over Negro's murder by a Dixie policeman is, unfortunately, not much more than an interracial sexploitation film.
[Based on the Alan Jay Lerner- Burton Lane 1965 Broadway musical], the story line, without the gimmick of reincarnation, is pure soap suds. Barbra Streisand is a chain-smoker so addicted that she…
The sacred cow of 'good taste' is in for a battering with Entertaining Mr Sloane, based on Joe Orton's play. Sloane blends morbid humor, an obsession with sex, and an underlying pathos and result is…
Lavish ($25 million) and meticulous restaging of the Japanese airborne attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7 1941 constitutes a brilliant logistics achievement which is not generally matched by the…
Boys in the Band drags. But despite its often tedious postulations of homosexual case histories instead of realistic dialog, and the stagey posturing of the actors, the too literately faithful…
An absurd satire on dethroned European royalty with a neo-realistic view of the London ghetto.
John Wayne plays a rugged character set down in New Mexico Territory, circa 1878, as King of the Pecos, its greatest landholder and biggest cattle owner. Andrew J. Fenady, who scripted, has taken the…
Billy Wilder's enterprise is a strange one because of its shift in directions from quite good satire to straight spy stuff. It is in large part old-fashioned, in that it's mile-wide and…
Sunflower is the tragedy of an ill-starred love destroyed by the horrors of war.