Based on his play of the same name, David Williamson's screen adaptation opens out the action, but in so doing somehow manages to close down the characters. The plot has to do with a football club…
Murder by Decree is probably the best Sherlock Holmes film since the inimitable pairing of Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce in the 1940s series at Universal.
Coal Miner's Daughter is a thoughtful, endearing film charting the life of singer Loretta Lynn from the depths of poverty in rural Kentucky to her eventual rise to the title of 'queen of country…
How a band of pip-pip British civilians rallied to King and country, tucked in their pot bellies and knocked out a German spy nest that was playing havoc with wartime Allied shipping in the Indian…
Steel began lensing in Lexington, Kentucky, in 1978 and during production famed stuntman A.J. Bakunis died doing a tricky maneuver (pic is dedicated to him).
Akira Kurosawa has made this a sweeping epic of the times of clan wars in 16th-century Japan as well as etched particular lives of men involved in the decisions that brought turmoil until a victor…
Technically flashy, and teeming with degenerate chic, this downbeat tale of two destructively selfish lovers is unrelieved by its tacked-on thriller ending, and deals purely in despair.
Robert Duvall gives an excellent portrayal of a semi-psychotic, softened with a warmer side. But Duvall has to fight for every inch of footage against the overwhelming performances by several others…
Goldie Hawn's venture in producing her own film is actually a double feature - one is a frequently funny tale of an innocent who is conned into joining the US Army and her adventures therein; the…
Gloria is a glorious broad perhaps pushing 40. She has been in prison but now has her nestegg and just wants to be let alone with her cat, friends and a fairly economically carefree life. But the way…