Tarantino’s second feature is at once ridiculously entertaining and remarkably weightless.
It remains one of the genre’s homelier entries, there’s no faulting a film this lovingly and aptly arcane.
Robin Williams as a disgruntled-photo-lab-employee-cum-creep-with-a-heart-of-gold?
Unjustifiably compared to the original film upon its release, Paul Schrader’s Cat People is more of an erotic reinvention of the DeWitt Bodeen story.
This tale of heated passions and broken dreams was noticeably compromised by an insufferable shooting schedule.
The Isle became something of a cult item after it left audiences at the Venice and Sundance film festivals a little on the queasy side.
If the film is any indication, the PTA Fan Club has collected enough fees from its members to buy itself a film camera and make their own movies.