Easily one of the best collector's edition of a classic film Charlton Heston pays his pinnacle role in this religious epic and the original 1923 version is surprisingly brilliant.
A thriller with dark comedy elements that lacks something more important -- a heart that makes you care about any of the characters.
William Holden is brilliant and Billy Wilder is at his best with this classic World War II satire.
[rating=3]Starring: Daniel Day Lewis, Ray McAnally, Brenda Fricker, Fiona Shaw, Adrian Dubar, Ruth McCabe, Cyril Cusack, Hugh O’Connor Director(s): Jim Sheridan Writer(s): Screenplay by Shane...
Very much like an Irwin Allen disaster flick but in this case nothing much happens.
With all its digital wizardry only one storyline really stands out in this film and the DVD jokingly features only one special feature.
Steven Martin's first big screen adventure remains one of his funniest.
This old black and white from 1953 features an all-star cast and while its probably a little longer than it needed to be [I]Sky[/I] is a strong feature about survival.
Good scenes and clever humor save this otherwise magic-less TV movie.
It’s been quite a few years since American television began its obsession with Japanese animation, and I’ve never quite understood it.