Home Movies, resulted from Brian De Palma teaching students at Sarah Lawrence College, New York, how to make films by making one with them.
Immensely likeable in some parts, and a complete turn-off in others Perfect Couple reaffirms both Robert Altman's intelligence and his inaccessibility. The same theme turns up again here: the…
Using the hoary convention of stranding a young couple in the mansion of a reclusive millionaire whose guests are progressively bumped off in an assortment of gruesome ways, The Legacy tries for an…
Producer-director Jerome Hellman has admirably attempted to focus attention on the death of a young cancer victim. Major problem remains not the promises physician Marcia Mason makes to her…
This two-and-a-half-hour adaptation of Guenter Grass' world-renowned novel, The Tin Drum, was made by the best craftsman on the German film scene, Volker Schloendorff, and produced at a circa $4…
Unintentional comedy still seems the Airport series' forte, although excellent special effects work, and some decent dramatics help Concorde take off.
It's difficult to come up with a more cliche situation for a summer pic than a summer camp, where all the characters and plot turns are readily imaginable. That makes director Ivan Reitman's…
Beyond the Poseidon Adventure comes off as a virtual remake of the 1972 original, without that film's mounting suspense and excitement. Recap of original premise, a luxury liner turned upside down by…
British helmer Derek Jarman's third feature, a film version of Shakespeare's most fanciful play, is definitely one of a kind. Its greatest strength is its 'look'. That offsets the director-adaptor's…
Sunburn exists for no other reason than to provide a vehicle for Farrah Fawcett.
Heart Beat never manages to expand its loosely biographical tale of Jack Kerouac, Neal and Carolyn Cassady beyond a very narrow scope.