Its clunky incidents of exposition leave us with no real understanding of what anyone is thinking or feeling.
Whatever spurred Twilight Time to commit Steel Magnolias to a 3,000-disc run, the results look generally pretty good.
It packs a wealth of caring and admiration for its subject without ever feeling sanctimonious, showy, or overly nostalgic.
A theatrical trailer for the film and other New Line Home Entertainment releases.
Paul Reiser is mad about Dad in The Thing About My Folks, an infuriatingly bad tale of father-son bonding.
One is almost tempted to entertain De Palma detractors’ arguments that his exploitation of Hitchcock tropes is nothing but a dead end.