Once you get past the icky first ten minutes (which include Melanie Griffith as a movie star who throws herself sexually at Kenneth Branagh’s Woody
A delightful surprise, this mainstream studio comedy often plays like a no-holds-barred independent movie that happens to have a recognizable cast and strong production values.
Maybe it’s because I didn’t see it when it first came out nor in the immediate years following its release, but I have no clue
It’s a bit of a shame that director Tamara Jenkins’s feature length inexperience shows throughout this movie, because at its heart, there’s a great little
It’s astounding that a movie with as much talent both in front of the camera and behind can end up as unwatchable as “Four Rooms.”
Ostensibly a remake of 1953’s “Roman Holiday,” this romantic comedy by Norman Jewison is the polar opposite to his previous romantic effort, “Moonstruck.” Where “Moonstruck”