Jamie Uys has concocted a genial sequal to his 1981 international sleeper hit The Gods mus t Be Crazy that is better than its progenitor in most respects.
Scenes from the Class Struggle in Beverly Hills is a lewd delight. In top form here, director Paul Bartel brings a breezy, sophisticated touch to this utterley outrageous sex farce and thereby…
Like a standup comic pouring 'flopsweat', this ill-conceived comedy about an infant whose thoughts are given voice by actor Bruce Willis palpitates with desperation. Look Who's Voice-Overing would be…
Chevy Chase is perfectly suited to playing a smirking, wisecracking, multiple-identitied reporter in Fletch Lives.
Blood Red , a saga of oppressed Sicilian winegrowers in 19th century California, is an unsucessful throwback to earlier forms of filmmaking. Project was announced in 1976 by producer Judd Bernard…
An event as oft-dramatized as the Holocaust becomes difficult to portray anew, a circumstance that blunts the impact of Triumph of the Spirit. Film's raison d'etre - its true story of a Greek boxing…
Tango & Cash is a mindless buddy cop pic, loaded with nonstop action that's played mostly for laughs and delivers too few of them. Inane and formulaic, the film relies heavily on whatever chemistry…
Pet Sematary marks the first time Stephen King has adapted his own book for the screen, and the result is undead schlock dulled by a slasher-film mentality - squandering its chilling and fertile…
Robert De Niro's tour de force turn as a feisty Vietnam vet fails to save Jacknife, a poorly scripted three-hander drama [from Stephen Metcalfe's play Strange Snow].
Spike Lee combines a forceful statement on race relations with solid entertainment values in Do the Right Thing.