The poorly scripted would-be thriller Far From Home is of note only as a transition film to adult roles for child actress Drew Barrymore.
Since this is a Ridley Scott film, Black Rain is about 90% atmosphere and 10% story. But what atmosphere! This gripping crime thriller about hardboiled NY cop Michael Douglas tracking a yakuza hood…
An event as oft-dramatized as the Holocaust becomes difficult to portray anew, a circumstance that blunts the impact of Triumph of the Spirit. Film's raison d'etre - its true story of a Greek boxing…
Tango & Cash is a mindless buddy cop pic, loaded with nonstop action that's played mostly for laughs and delivers too few of them. Inane and formulaic, the film relies heavily on whatever chemistry…
Pet Sematary marks the first time Stephen King has adapted his own book for the screen, and the result is undead schlock dulled by a slasher-film mentality - squandering its chilling and fertile…
Jules Feiffer and Alain Resnais make strange bedfellows - the product of their union is this stillborn satiric comedy about an American cartoonist in Paris.
Dealers though well produced, is a less than enthralling pic about a yuppie high-flyer and his glamorous mistress.
The Rainbow was D. H. Lawrence's fourth novel and concludes with the sexual awakening of Ursula Brangwen, whose story was continued in Women in Love. The current film reps a prequel to director Ken…
British-made sci-fi adventure romp Slipstream is one of those films that had potential, but unfortunately it doesn't make the grade.
Jessica Lange plays an accomplished Chicago defense attorney, Ann Talbot, who must defend her own father (Armin Mueller-Stahl) in extradition proceedings when he's accused of having committed war…
Rock 'n' roll and its legendary characters have always been a tempting subject for filmmakers, but rare is the non-documentary that adds anything to the music. Great Balls of Fire! is no exception…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions