Garbo Talks is a sweet and sour film clearly not for all tastes. Packed with New York in-jokes, not everyone will appreciate its aggressive charm. But beneath its cocky exterior, picture has a beat…
Bachelor Party is too contrived to capture the craziness it strains for and ultimately becomes offensive rather than funny.
Conceived as a major career departure for comic star Bill Murray, The Razor's ed ge emerges as a minimally acceptable adaptation of W. Somerset Maugham's superb 1944 novel. Tonally inconsistent and…
Songwriter is a good-natured film that rolls along on the strength of attitudes and poses long ago established outside the picture by its stars, Willie Nelson and Kris Kristofferson, basically…
The potential for a moving, tragic love story is clearly there, but Mrs Soffel proves distressingly dull for most of its running time.
The evocative Kathleen Turner thuds into a wall of inanity in this dismally written, Ken Russell-directed serio-comic examination of sexual morality among American savages.
The Honorary Consul represents a weak attempt to adapt Graham Greene's 1973 novel for the screen. Strong talents on both sides of the camera haven't managed to breathe life into this intricate tale…
Red Dawn charges off to an exciting start as a war picture and then gets all confused in moralistic handwriting, finally sinking in the sunset.
La Femme Publique is just a pulp metaphysical turn by an unusually clever technician, though lovers of the sensational may turn on to it as a potential cult item.
Broadway Danny Rose is a delectable diversion which allows Woody Allen to present a reasonably humane, and amusing gentle character study without sacrificing himself to overly commercial concerns.
Torchlight is largely a family affair. Pamela Sue Martin, who costars with Steve Railsback and Ian McShane, is cowriter of the screenplay, as well as taking associate producer credit, while her…