Husbands and Wives is major Woody. This sometimes comic drama stands with Manhattan and Hannah and Her Sisters as a richly satisfying ensemble piece about N.Y. neurotics falling in and out of love.
Infidelity has seldom offered as broad a canvas for torment and religious guilt as in Nicolas Roeg's Cold Heaven, a tortured study of love on the rocks that comes off like a jumbled bad dream.
Throw together The Treasure of the Sierra Madre and Rio Bravo, bring in the Ice crew, inject a noxious dose of racial hatred and stir in some sharp action direction and you've got Trespass.
A slick, hip, liberal, hi-tech, all-star buddy spy comic caper pic, Sneakers serves up a breezy good time in the vein of some of toplined Robert Redford's 1970s hits.
Damon Wayans and his younger brother Marlon make a terrific comedy team in Mo' Money. Loosely structured film has trouble meshing its very funny gag scenes with rough action footage, but it should…
A shoot-'em-up exploitationer with a few interesting ideas, Guncrazy lacks the exhilaration of a first-class lovers-on-the-run crime drama. After a promising beginning, competently made indie effort…
Back in the USSR is an amateurish adventure about the Russian underworld shot entirely in Moscow. This attempt to capitalize on perestroika stumbles over a weak script, wooden acting and inferior…
This adaptation of Charles Dickens' Christmas classic is not as enchanting or amusing as the previous entries in the Muppet series. But nothing can really diminish the late Jim Henson's irresistibly…
Danny Aiello and Sherilyn Fenn's earnest, first-rate performances can't overcome strewed story elements of this otherwise well-put-together drama [from Stephen Davis' play Love Field]. Highly…
Lorenzo's Oil is as grueling a medical case study as any audience would ever want to sit through. A true-life story brought to the screen intelligently and with passionate motivation by George…