“Dragnet” is pokey next to its peers. Then again, like many prototypes, it’s a merely sufficient expression of possibility without refinement of later versions.
A caustic comedy of manners that cuts down the American elite, this film fills the theater with a timely chill.
The great life of Gen. George S. Patton deserved a final chapter on film, but had to settle for this made-for-TV version.
In the “Class of …” series, Nick Rogers takes a monthly look back at films celebrating either their 20th or 30th anniversary of initial release this year — six from 1997 and seven from 1987 (the extra in a forthcoming double-feature column). The rules: No Oscar nominees and no films that were among either year’s top-10 box-office […]
It stands as a poignant bookend to a hefty cinematic saga — and the film that brought Film Yapper Sam Watermeier into the world.
This touching slice-of-life film jumpstarted the careers of Peter Dinklage and Bobby Cannavale.
Yes, it's definitely flawed, but Kevin Costner's epic flop doesn't fail to deliver some goods.