Betrayed is a political thriller that is more political than thrilling but never less than absorbing due to the combustible subject matter, that of the white supremacist movement.
The traumatic subject matter of a child custody fight is handled with restraint and intelligence in The Good Mother. Superbly acted by an imaginatively chosen cast, adaptation of Sue Miller's 1986…
Promised Land is a pregnant drama about aimless Middle American lives that never delivers. Produced in Utah near where it was developed at the Sundance Institute, pic covers familiar, unexciting…
Actor Mickey Rourke's decade-old pet project about a battered, burnt-out smalltime boxer is a sort of Raging Bull without horns, wallowing dully in the cliches of movieland gutter romanticism.
A very good actor plays a good lawyer in a badly written and directed crime drama and loses the case for suspenseful filmmaking in Criminal Law.
Above the Law is an ultraviolent actioner with Steven Seagal playing an aikido-chopping cop on a one man crusade to clean up Chi streets. [Screen story by Seagal and director Andrew Davis.]
Director Ivan Reitman more than delivers on the wacky promise of Twins in this nutty, storybook tale of siblings separated at birth and reunited at age 35.
Talk Radio casts a spotlight on the unpalatable underside of American public opinion, and turns up an unlimited supply of anger, hatred and resentment in the process.
Mystic Pizza is a deftly told coming-of-age story [by Amy Jones] about three young femmes as they explore their different destinies, mostly through romance; it's genuine and moving.
The life story of the late anthropologist Dian Fossey posed considerable challenges to the filmmakers tackling it, and they have been met in admirable fashion in Gorillas in the Mist [from a screen…
Buster is part romantic comedy, part crime thriller and part moral tale, but more importantly it features a charismatic big screen bow by popster Phil Collins in the title role.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions