The Naked Gun 2 1/2 is at least two-and-a-half times less funny than its hilarious 1988 progenitor. But even if the laugh machine isn't operating at top efficiency, it still cranks out a few choice…
Audiences unfamiliar with the first film will be hard put to follow the action [from a story by Brian Clemens] as it incoherently hops about in time and space.
After scoring on the international art circuit with Red Sorghum and Ju Dou, former cinematographer Zhang Yimou delivers again with Raise the Red Lantern.
Three years after their marathon, Little Dorrit, husband-and-wife producers Richard Goodwin and Christine Edzard tread the same streets to lesser effect in The Fool.
A subtle emotional journey impeccably orchestrated by director Mike Nichols and acutely well acted, Regarding Henry has a back-to-basics message that's bound to strike a responsive chord in the…
Hanif Kureishi's London Kills Me, a flabby slice of London street life among pushers and hustlers, drags itself across the screen for 107 minutes and collapses in a dramatic mess on the sidewalk…
Fox's song-driven wartime showbiz meller For the Boys is a big, creaky balloon of a movie that lumbers along like a dirigible in a Thanksgiving parade, festooned with patriotic sentiment. Ambitious…
Cape Fear is a smart and stylish remake of the 1962 suspenser. Sharply written adaptation follows the basic plot of J. Lee Thompson's solid black & white 1962 Universal release, which featured Robert…
Close My Eyes is a powerful British film about incest, with topflight performances and intense handling of the material by writer-director Stephen Poliakoff.
This sharply scripted study of a bereaved woman who literally wishes her partner back from the grave is an impressive directorial bow by British playwright Anthony Minghella. Despite surface…
Though Turtles II suffers from a lack of novelty and an aimless screenplay, the bottom line is that the pic won't disappoint its core subteen audience. It gives more footage to Michelangelo…