Mel Gibson's directing debut reinforces his status as a genuinely fine actor, a fact often lost amid the explosions and car crashes in the Lethal Weapon and Mad Max trilogies. This simple, sappy film…
Public Access represents a disturbing, dramatically cloudy, technically proficient feature debut from young helmer Bryan Singer. This very low-budget study of malaise lurking beneath the tranquil…
Leave it to the Disney marketing machine to dust off a venerable nature-adventure film like 1963's The Incredible Journey and wed it with Look Who's Talking, creating a sprightly little entertainment…
Sommersby is an unabashedly romantic and morally intricate Civil War-era tale splendidly acted by Richard Gere and Jodie Foster. It's one of those rare occasions that the Americanization of a foreign…
This charming, almost sedate little romantic comedy, which is short on laughs but tinged with a pleasant European flavor courtesy of British director Anthony Minghella, offers an appealing array of…
Fortress is a grim, sometimes bloody, futuristic prison picture that has been well produced and directed within the limitations of a predictable, uninspired screenplay. Fans of director Stuart…
The Trial is just that. Despite a fine cast, superior Prague locations and a faithful Harold Pinter screenplay, this second film adaptation of Kafka's landmark 1913 novel is dull, lifeless and…
Salt on Our Skin is an old-fashioned weepie about mismatched lovers whose rare, passionate encounters over 30 years make both their lives worth living.
A London Jewish kid finds his real dad is in the bacon trade in Leon the Pig Farmer, a good-humored riff on Jewish-gentile stereotypes.
Coming nine years after the original, this supernatural horror sequel is a competently made but uninspired effort. Gore fans should dig it.