Class of 1984 is pure exploitation with plenty of action and a manipulative plot [from a story by Tom Holland] designed to have audiences cheering on the blood.
Tron is loaded with visual delights but falls way short of the mark in story and viewer involvement. Screenwriter-director Steven Lisberger has adequately marshalled a huge force of technicians to…
A number of high-powered artists fail to coalesce their talents in Shoot the Moon a grim drama of marital collapse which proves disturbing and irritating by turns.
There's not much to say about Halloween III that hasn't already been said about either of the other two Halloween pics or a slew of imitators.
Many people said John Huston was an odd choice to direct Annie and he proves them right. In an effort to be more 'realistic' Annie winds up exposing just how weak a story it had to start with [stage…
With a neutral title and a cast of unknowns, The Personals has little going for it other than that it's a terrific little picture.
It took them two tries and more than four years to come up with another National Lampoon picture after the hugely successful Animal House. Result, National Lampoon's Class Reunion gets sidetracked…
Director Guy Hamilton admits to hating Agatha Christie's writing style. He finds it overcrowded with characters and passe in general. Apart from cutting down the number of characters, Hamilton and…
What Tex will probably best be remembered for is breaking new ground at Disney Studios in representing some of the real problems confronting today's young people. The teenagers are put in the milieu…
La Balance is a taut, engrossing crime drama which interweaves action and character interest to fine dramatic effect. Ironically, the film, with its purportedly factual overlay of details about…
Rather roughly lensed in b&w and 16mm tale traces the odyssey of two San Francisco Chinese taxi drivers as they search for an older partner who's vanished with their funds. As in Antonioni's…