William Holden is brilliant and Billy Wilder is at his best with this classic World War II satire.
In 1989 the United States was introduced to Irish cinema with My Left Foot, starring Daniel Day Lewis and directed by Jim Sheridan (no relation, although I met him once in a bar in the Village here in NewYork City). Lewis walked away with the Oscar for Best Actor that … Read more
Very much like an Irwin Allen disaster flick but in this case nothing much happens.
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.
A surprisingly funny movie with a lot of heart and a decent new edition of the DVD with some nice extras.
Funny animated flick with some outstanding animation work and memorable characters gets mediocre DVD treatment.
It’s hard to describe the magic of the Muppets to kids today.