Uncompelling but moderately engaging throughout due to its attractive cast and closeup look at contemporary spiritual ennui, Bodies, Rest & Motion is both flashy and laid-back, eventful and static…
The Firm is a very smooth adaptation of John Grisham's giant 1991 bestseller. Tom Cruise's hotshot lawyer bent on toppling his corrupt bosses could be a brother to his A Few Good Men character…
Action hero Jean-Claude Van Damme takes a career step backward in Nowhere to Run, a relentlessly corny and shamelessly derivative vehicle. Dog-eared project has a story credited to Joe Eszterhas and…
On the Jack Lemmon-Walter Matthau scale, Grumpy Old Men comes closer to the languor of Buddy Buddy than the inspired lunacy of The Odd Couple or The Fortune Cookie, saddling the two old pros with…
An exotic and erotic melodrama bearing notable literary pedigrees, Wide Sargasso Sea is an uneven but ultimately engrossing feature. Aussie director John Duigan has filmed British novelist Jean Rhys'…
After ratings board strife and last-minute reshoots, Sliver proves all flash and no sizzle - a thriller that simply changes gender on the Basic Instinct formula to 'did he or didn't he?'
A pleasurably offbeat picture that manages the rare trick of being both charming and edgy, Mad Dog and Glory represents a refreshing, unexpected change of pace for all the major talents concerned.
An extravagant, opulent and mostly enjoyable exercise in high camp (or low kitsch), this ambitious first feature from Stewart Main and Peter Wells has 'cult item' written all over it.
If this Temp were applying for a full-time position, she wouldn't get the job. Moronic, derivative, artificial and pointless are just the first adjectives that come to mind to describe this…
Rising Sun waters down the more contentious aspects of Michael Crichton's controversial bestseller about Japanese influence in the United States, while remaining faithful to its mechanical plotting…