Little Fauss and Big Halsy is an uneven, sluggish story of two motorcycle racers - Robert Redford playing a callous heel and Michael J. Pollard as a put-upon sidekick who eventually (in modified…
The nub of director Ken Hughes' $9 million film (from his own screenplay, with Ronald Harwood as 'script consultant') is the confrontation of the two complex leading characters, Oliver Cromwell and…
Story, from E. Nesbit's w.k. novel set in the Edwardian age, concerns a well-to-do family whose life's turned upside down when the father (something in the Foreign Office) is unjustly jailed. The…
A meandering comedy about three old-time army tankmen in a non-combatant missile base at war with the southern redneck town in which it is located.
Joe deals with a NY ad agency exec (Dennis Patrick) who murders his daughter's junkie lover after the girl winds up in Bellevue suffering from an overdose of speed. Through a somewhat implausible…
Producer Andrew St John and director-writer Barney Platts-Mills assembled a bunch of East End amateurs and, with a thin storyline and dialog that seems mainly improvised, let them loose in 'their own…
This story of a glossed-over Negro's murder by a Dixie policeman is, unfortunately, not much more than an interracial sexploitation film.
No one else can steal $1 million with quite the flair of the British. A caper in point is Perfect Friday with Ursula Andress, Stanley Baker, and David Warner as a triangle of totally amoral thieves…
Director Bob Rafelson has put together an absorbing, if nerve-wracking, film.
Rachel Maddux wrote the basic novella, adapted by Sterling Silliphant, with an uncredited bow to Frank and Anne Hummert. Ingrid Bergman and story hubby Fritz Weaver go on sabbatical from campus to…