Political tumult story, involving Palestine Liberation Organization terrorist kidnapping, is a bland and unexciting film. Peter O'Toole heads the cast as a Briton, secret agenting for the U.S., who…
Hester Street deftly delves into Jewish emigration to the US just before the turn-of-the-century. Hester Street is a sort of mobile ghetto as Eastern European Jews pour in and go in for their…
Adaptated from Edgar Rice Burroughs' The Land That Time Forgot, the 'land' in question is an unchartered island, icy on the outside and smoldering within, that's populated with all sorts of big…
Overlord concentrates on a British youngster's World War II blitztime induction into the army, his brief training period and his early D-day death.
Dog Day Afternoon is an outstanding film. Based on a real life incident in NY it stars Al Pacino as the most unlikely bank robber ever to hit the screen.
White Line Fever is a good action drama starring Jan-Michael Vincent as a young truck driver fighting corruption.
Gene Wilder joins Mel Brooks in that elusive pantheon of madcap humor, by virtue of Wilder's script, title characterization and directorial debut, all of which are outstanding.
What appears to have been conceived as a madcap Prohibition-era action comedy, combined with an amusing romantic menage, emerges as forced hokum.
Breakout is a cheap exploitation pic with Charles Bronson as a carefree aviator who rescues Robert Duvall from the Mexican prison frameup engineered by his father-in-law, John Huston. Jill Ireland…
Barbra Streisand was outstanding as the younger Fanny Brice in Funny Girl, and in Funny Lady she's even better. Ray Stark's extremely handsome period production also stars James Caan in an excellent…