Wolfgang Petersen's The NeverEnding Story is a marvelously realized flight of pure fantasy.
Cream puff of a teen comedy about the miseries of a girl turning 16 turns out to be an amiable, rather goldilocked film. Tone of the film, despite some raw language, brief nudity in the shower and…
Moscow on the Hudson is a sweet, beautifully performed picture that unfortunately wanders around several patriotic themes.
A mild little caper comedy with plenty of sociological overtones, Crackers comes as a letdown from director Louis Malle. With a flimsy plot that is perhaps rightly treated in a throwaway manner, film…
The Goodbye People marks stage author and director Herb Gardner's first foray into film direction. Based on his late 1960s stage flop of the same name, neither time nor the transferal of media has…
A razorback is a particularly nasty species of feral pig, vicious and brainless, which is found in Australia's outback. Production involves a giant of the species which runs amok with spectacular…
Opening with a zip, young Byron Thames gets this 1930s gangster sendup off solidly as the good-hearted, honest lad forced to take up crime to pay for the operations on his multi-ailing mum (Maureen…
Breakin' is the first feature film entirely devoted to the breakdancing craze.
For music biz insiders, This Is Spinal Tap is a vastly amusing satire of heavy metal bands. Director Rob Reiner has cast himself as Marty DiBergi, a filmmaker intent upon covering the long-awaited…
The audience appeal of loners-against-corruption is here refashioned with the hero inside a marauding Sherman tank, taking on a maniacal southern sheriff in defense of integrity and family.