Harem is an album of gorgeous images, aligned to tell a story, but it's a poor excuse for a dramatic motion picture packaged for the international marketplace.
Brazil offers a chillingly hilarious vision of the near-future, set 'somewhere in the 20th Century.'
Trouble in Mind is a stylish urban melodrama instantly recognizable as an Alan Rudolph picture. It is peopled by a strange collection of off-center characters living in a stylish, almost-real…
Subway brings to mind Orson Welles' quip about the cinema being the greatest electric train set a boy could have. Its director, Luc Besson, only 26, showed resourcefulness and a sense of filmmaking…
Based on a true story, Mask is alive with the rhythms and textures of a unique life. Rocky Dennis (Eric Stoltz) is a 16-year-old afflicted with a rare bone disease which has ballooned his head to…
Adapted from Nicholas Gage's best-selling book about his search for the truth about his mother, who was executed by the communists in Greece in the late 1940s, pic has the most noble of intentions…
Bond's adversary this time is the international industrialist Max Zorin (Christopher Walken) and his love-hate interest, May Day (Grace Jones). Bond tangles with them at their regal horse sale and…
Based on the novel, In the Heat of the Summer, by former Miami Herald crime reporter John Katzenbach, pic establishes solid Florida heat and humidity as the 'mean' background to a series of murders…
Red Sonja [based on stories by Robert E. Howard] returns to those olden days when women were women and the menfolk stood around with funny hats on until called forth to be whacked at.
Cannon's remake of King Solomon's Mines treads heavily in the footsteps of that other great modern hero, Indiana Jones - too heavily.