The Horsemen is a would-be epic stretched thin across Hollywood's 'profound peasant' tradition. It's a misfire, despite offbeat Afghanistan locations and some bizarre action sequences.
Gena Rowlands and Seymour Cassel play the title roles in Minnie And Moskowitz, an oppressive and irritating film in which a shrill and numbing hysteria of acting and direction soon kills any empathy…
Based on Thomas Mann's novella, Death in Venice could have been no easy task to translate to the screen. But Visconti and Dirk Bogarde clearly have a rapport and Bogarde gives a subtle and moving…
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They Might Be Giants starts off splendidly and hilariously, with George C. Scott at his intense and imposing best as a former jurist who thinks he's Sherlock Holmes, and Joanne Woodward charmingly…
Mixture is much the same as for others in the genre, which for sheer mindlessness competes favorably with the early '60s spear-and-sandal cycle and the late '60s Italian Westerns. This time around…
Michel Bouquet starts with killing the wife of his best friend who had been his mistres. She had egged him on in a depraved, but not serious, manner and finally he does it for keeps.
Bananas is chockfull of sight gags, one-liners and swiftly executed unnecessary excursions into vulgarity whose humor for the most part can't make up for content.
There is frequently, but not always, a thin line between genius and madness. By going over that line and unduly emphasizing the mad and the perverse in their biopic of the 19th-century Russian…
Allied Artists hasn't spared the coin in giving this period comedy a lush production, but a large cast and extensive location shooting can't salvage a lifeless script made even flatter by Abraham…
Get Carter is a superior crime action meller. Michael Caine stars as an English hood seeking vengeance for the murder of his brother. Mike Hodges' top-notch adaptation of a Ted Lewis novel not only…