Aside from its tight, fast construction, William Bowers' script is all snappy dialogue.
January through April films are always a chore, since they represent the landfill where all studio cast-offs end up. Here's the best and worst of this sad season.
When it works, it's a wonder. When it doesn't, the atmosphere of interference is obvious.
That's the beauty of a documentary like Jodorowsky's Dune. It does a fascinating job of playing "what if?" without ever having to fully give in and realize it.
Douglas Sirk goes for baroque
not to be confused with Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
In the end, what we get is a solid B-picture. It's not going to win any awards, nor is it going to redefine the genre.
If the battle between the sexes was an actual war, The Other Woman would be these ladies' Waterloo. Just by participating in this pathetic excuse for personal payback, they set their gender's cause back several significant steps.
He's made bad taste a true art form. In light of his recent birthday, here's our choices for John Waters' 10 Best Films.
It could have been a late April sleeper. Instead, Johnny Depp's sci-fi thriller failed to ignite the box office. Here are five reasons why.