Mira Sorvino is the only triumphant thing about this inept adaptation of a Marivaux play.
Peter Bogdanovich is one of those directors who is always coming back, though back from where it is never quite clear.
A British prison comedy in which Christopher Plummer steals the show -- even as his prisoners attempt to escape during the musical show he has them starring in.
Here's another movie you can kiss goodbye -- unless you want to see Robin Williams a lot funnier than he has been of late.
Sisterhood forever! And Andie MacDowell lights up, in what can only be described as a revolting movie.
''And Your Mother Too...'' may be one of the best pornographic movies ever made -- though it is not the skin that makes this a porn film.
An utterly captivating romantic comedy from Argentina that makes a nice comparison between the kind of madness that affects the beginning and the end of our lives.
Harrison's Flowers is set in Bosnia, c. 1991, where only foreign news photographers are not insane.
A feel-good look at family and sexual relationships in the emerging middle classes of one of the most promising of the worldâ€™s developing countries -- just be careful what you feel good about.
An almost unbearable portrait of a family's grief over the death of a son.