Set in Portland, Ore, pic concerns the adventures of two sisters involved in the smuggling and possession of 'the Red Lotus,' a rare flower from China supposed to hold the secret to world domination…
The writer's desk intriguingly becomes a gladitorial arena for warring manifestations of the same personality in The Dark Half, George A. Romero's adaptation of Stephen King's 1989 bestseller, a…
A feminist streak informs Rod McCall's directorial feature debut Paper Hearts, a modest, sensitive and often touching family drama that poignantly dissects the effects of a dissolving marriage.
The US stayed in Vietnam too long, and Oliver Stone has returned to the subject one time too many with Heaven & Earth.
This immensely enjoyable biography of songstress Tina Turner [from her and Kurt Loder's book I, Tina] is a passionate personal and professional drama that hits both the high and low notes of an…
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?'
New Zealander Vincent Ward's third film is an immensely ambitious and audacious love story spanning 30 years and two continents. Much of it is set and filmed above the Arctic Circle in northern…
The meteoric, tragic life of martial arts star Bruce Lee forms the basis of Dragon, an unlikely pastiche of traditional biography, Hollywood saga and interracial romance.
After years of directing brilliant and complex Polish films, Krzysztof Zanussi has helmed a simple and moving breakthrough pic about a crotchety old composer coaxed out of retirement by an inspired…
Pic marks a return to the wild, anarchic scatological comedies that made Mel Brooks a marquee name around the world. It is a film for both his diehard fans and a new generation who know Mad Mel only…