Based on a book [by Emile Ajar] that won the top literary prize in '75, film weaves a series of anecdotes about the relationship between an aging, ailing old Jewish woman who cares for the children…
John Frankenheimer's film of Black Sunday is an intelligent and meticulous depiction of an act of outlandish terrorism - the planned slaughter of the Super Bowl stadium audience.
Story of a small party headed by Patrick Wayne seeking a marooned World War I naval hero north of the ice barrier in the Arctic. Film is second in Edgar Rice Burroughs' Lost World trilogy lensed in…
Semi-Tough begins as a bawdy and lively romantic comedy about slap happy pro football players, then slows down to a too-inside putdown of contemporary self-help programs.
Herbie, the spunky little Volks beetle with a mind of his own, gets romantic buildup when he becomes a Romeo on wheels infatuated with a flirty powder-blue Lancia named Giselle, as both participate…
Richard Dreyfuss in offbeat romantic lead casting, and vibrant Marsha Mason head the cast as two lovers in spite of themselves.
Made almost entirely on location in the backwoods of Sardinia (except for a few scenes in Pisa), this little low-budget film for TV - wisely sponsored by RAI-2 - is a probe of unusual dimension into…
Since any title containing Roman numerals invites comparison, the answer is: No, Exorcist II is not as good as The Exorcist. It isn't even close. Gone now is the simple clash between Good and Evil…
Charles Bronson stars as Wild Bill Hickok, returned to the West to hunt down an albino buffalo that haunts his dreams. Will Sampson is an Indian who also must purge himself of some dishonor.
Regular TV series topliners John Thaw and Dennis Waterman as two cops drift through Ranald Graham's occasionally witty screenplay with no special flair following the unlikely storyline.
The film is a lacey, gentle probing of an ill-assorted couple. The 19-year-old girl is somewhat too withdrawn and the boy is a reserved student. Film manages to take a literary theme and treat an…