Despite its British label, this is a thoroughly Yank pic that dips into nostalgia and Hollywood 1930s themes. Richard Dreyfuss is all coiled disdain as a once-great director reduced to stag pix.
A Bigger Splash is a revealing last ripple of the so-called life style of 'Swinging London' invented mainly by journalists.
Whether it was the intention of John Huston or not, the tale of action and adventure is a too-broad comedy, mostly due to the poor performance of Michael Caine.
Domestic Film DAILY
PROVIDED BY: Box Office
No Good Deed
No Good Deed1Daily:$1.6M Cumulative:$25.9M Sony / Screen Gems -71.48%
Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy2Daily:$578,865 Cumulative:$306.6M Disney -72.21%
Dolphin Tale 2
Dolphin Tale 23Daily:$522,465 Cumulative:$16.4M Warner Brothers -87.42%
On a warm St Valentine's Day in 1900 some schoolgirls from a boarding school in Victoria picnic at nearby Hanging Rock. Four girls venture forth on their own; one, Edith, falls asleep and wakes to…
Female Trouble is the sordid tale of Dawn Davenport, who rises from high school hoyden to mistress of crime before frying in the electric chair. As she climbs the ladder of success, she is raped by a…
Magnificent production, combined with excellent casting and direction, make The Day of the Locust as fine a film (in a professional sense) as the basic material lets it be. Nathanael West's novel…
Mister Quilp is a sprightly musical version of Charles Dickens' The Old Curiosity Shop.
Cooley High is pitched as a black American Graffiti, and the description is apt. Furthermore, you don't have to be black to enjoy it immensely. The Steve Krantz production is a heartening…
The Sunshine Boys is an extremely sensitive and lovable film version of Neil Simon's play, with Walter Matthau and George Burns outstanding in their starring roles as a pair of long-hostile…
Royal Flash is a royal pain. Richard Lester's formula period comedy style [adapted by George MacDonald Fraser from his novel], as enduring as it is not particularly endearing, achieves its customary…