A quintessential New York movie, The Night We Never Met takes a novel premise and develops it in fits and starts.
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…
Some surefire slapstick footage is about all that's funny in the stillborn comedy Hexed. Writer-director Alan Spencer's debut pic makes one long for the sophistication of Police Academy movies.
Bow-wow-abunga! The third installment of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is a decided case of diminishing returns. On a story and craft level it borders on the unforgivably bad.
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…
This at first comes across like a mean-spirited black comedy and then snowballs into a reasonably powerful portrait of social alienation. The tone is unremittingly dour, however.
Harvey Keitel hits the mean, mixed-race streets of London in The Young Americans, a high-octane, in-your-face cop thriller that's got everything going for it except a well-rounded script. Director…
Based on a true story written by the father depicted in the film, Searching for Bobby Fischer focuses on Josh Waitzkin (Max Pomeranc), a relatively normal 7-year-old who possesses a stunning aptitude…
Last Action Hero is a joyless, soulless machine of a movie, an $80 million-plus mishmash of fantasy, industry in-jokes, self-referential parody, film-buff gags and too-big action set-pieces.
Just as Wayne's World cashed in lampooning the addled heavy-metal set, this is a rap spoof attempt by another Saturday Night Live performer, Chris Rock.
An outstanding cast, a coolly confident style and quirky literary material turn The mus ic of Chance into an auspicious feature debut for documentary filmmaker Philip Haas. But it's ultimately more…
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