Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band will attract some grown-up flower children of the 1960s who will soon find the Michael Schultz film to be a totally bubblegum and cotton candy melange of garish…
Heaven Can Wait is an outstanding film. Harry Segall's fantasy comedy-drama play, made in 1941 by Columbia as Here Comes Mr Jordan, returns in an updated, slightly more macabre treatment.
If Nashville is ensemble Altman at its best - and it is - then A Wed ding is the other extreme. Altman's loose, seemingly unstructured style backfires in this comedy-drama.
The Fury features Kirk Douglas and John Cassavetes as adversaries in an elaborate game of mind control. Director Brian De Palma is on home ground in moving the plot pieces around effectively.
Writer-director Frank Gilroy has come up with a highly personalized tale of a rough around-the-edges Yank screenwriter's relationship with a worldly chauffeur and a bauteous British aristocrat…
Eyes of Laura Mars is a very stylish thriller [from a story by John Carpenter] in search of a better ending.
Howard Hawks' lusty, if confusing, 1946 filming of Raymond Chandler's The Big Sleep takes on even more filmic history in light of this remake which transplants from 1940s-California to 1970s-London…
Derek Jarman's Jubilee is one of the most original, bold, and exciting features to have come out of Britain in the 1970s.
Carry On series now has 30 releases over 20 years. Formula is low budgets, low laughs. Which sums up Carry On Emmannuelle.
Polish director Jerzy Skolimowski has been able to create a gripping film [from a story by Robert Graves] that holds attention most of the way through its economical length. It probes a couple beset…
Sextette is a cruel, unnecessary and mostly unfunny musical comedy. Mae West made the mistake in 1970 of returning to the screen after a 26-year absence in Myra Breckenridge, and she's blundered…