This prison story is the best screen vehicle to date for kick-boxing champ Don Wilson. He's a wrongly convicted guy in the state pen who continually has to prove himself against bigger and feistier…
Lush lensing and some eye-filling Israeli locations can't rescue The Long Shadow, a trite semi-meller sabotaged by the blah script and some dubious casting.
Brian De Palma's modest-budget ($11 million) thriller Raising Cain is a superficial, often risible, exercise in pure aesthetics. As a showcase for John Lithgow's acting talents and a visual tour de…
Steve Martin gives a showy but sober performance as a phony faith healer in Leap of Faith, well-made but muddled in its aims.
Warner Bros. has a big, rousing, old-fashioned romance on its hands, a perfect 'women's picture' alternative to action fare and kid-oriented sequels.
A skilled, careful adaptation of a much-admired story, A River Runs Through It is a convincing trip back in time to a virtually vanished American West, as well as a nicely observed family study…
A modern, absurdist sensibility informs the soap opera Used People [from Todd Graff's The Grandma Plays], which harks back to '50s weepies.
Despite Haxell Wexler's alluring lensing, this thinly dramatized, overly episodic Babe Ruth biopic resembles a telepic that has lost its way onto the big screen.
Jim Jarmusch's existential comedy Night on Earth is an easy-to-take followup to his previous pic Mystery Train. Beginning with an outer-space shot gradually zeroing in on planet Earth, the director…
Top Gun meets The Hard Way in the oddball comedy-adventure Into the Sun. This time US pilot Michael Pare is assigned to show an action movie star (Anthony Michael Hall) how to portray the real thing…
A complex look at an illicit affair that ends in disaster for all concerned, Damage is a cold, brittle film [from the novel by Josephine Hart] about raging, traumatic emotions. Unjustly famous before…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions