With the advice of a Yale University Sleep Laboratory consultant, Dream Lover firmly sets itself among some rather fascinating scientific notions. Specifically, some dream doctors believe that, while…
David Cronenberg's remake of the 1958 horror classic The Fly is not for the squeamish. Casting Jeff Goldblum was a good choice as he brings a quirky, common touch to the spacey scientist role…
A strange hybrid of Far Eastern mysticism, treacly sentimentality, diluted reworkings of Eddie Murphy's patented confrontation scenes across racial and cultural boundaries, and dragged-in ILM…
Pretty in Pink is a rather intelligent (if not terribly original) look at adolescent insecurities.
Jake Speed is fun - a deliberately mindless adventure that keeps tongue firmly in cheek.
Children of a Lesser God is the kind of good intentioned material that often gets weighed down with sentimentality on the screen. Fortunately, the translation of Mark Medoff's Tony Award-winning…
When Goldie Hawn tangles with high school varsity coach Bruce McGill, anyone can foresee the final confrontation.
Comedic potential is too rarely realized in this story of a college professor who watches filming of his historical tome become bastardized by Hollywood into a lusty romp.
Only and entire raison d'etre for this screen adaptation of Elizabeth McNeill's novel would be to vividly present the obsessive, all-consuming passion between a successful Wall Street type and a…
Ken Russell's films always have been very much an acquired taste, but with Gothic he is back to his theatrically extravagant best.
Absolute Beginners is a terrifically inventive original musical for the screen. Daring attempt to portray the birth of teenagedom in London, 1958, almost exclusively through song is based upon Colin…