"The Fast and the Furious" has nothing to do with the 1954 Roger Corman production of the same name, but it's a picture that would have done the B movie meister proud in any era.
Even more family-friendly than its popular predecessor -- and conspicuously less raunchy than the "Nutty Professor" comedies --"Dr. Dolittle 2" has all the symptoms of a smash hit. With Eddie Murphy…
A lovely premise, great Glasgow atmospherics and pungent performances are gradually overtaken by routine gangland plotting that finally wrings the life out of "Strictly Sinatra," a winsome effort…
A one-act stage play uneasily disguised as a movie, "Finder's Fee'' maintains a poker face about its ultimate intentions and plot turns until the final frame.
A strong cast, led by relative newcomer Natasha Little in an arresting turn, gives considerable flavor to "Another Life," a period drama based on a famous British murder case from the early 1920s.
"A.I." is the child of HAL and E.T. The fruit of the unique spectral artistic convergence of two cinematic titans, Steven Spielberg and the late Stanley Kubrick, this deeply thoughtful and thoroughly…
The impact of years of economic rationalism on tertiary education is the theme of this quite remarkable documentary by the team of Bob Connolly and Robin Anderson.
A rigorous account of the final days in the life of Giovanni De Medici, who embraced his role as a soldier with an almost religious devotion and fervor, "The Profession of Arms" is veteran Italian…
A junk world complete with discarded people is the setting of "Bundled," a disjointed first film with atmosphere to spare but a paucity of structure. With moments of lyricism and an artistic approach…
Deep-seated rivalries born of love mixed with jealousy hold two middle-aged women in an untenable grip in "One's Own Shadow." Riveting perfs make obvious the deadly extent to which two central…
A familiar but intensely rendered portrait of a former mining community in East Durham, northern England, "Like Father" brooks no sugar-coating as it examines the messy consequences of…