RoboCop 2 (1990)

IRVIN KERSHNER Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BBB.5.  USA, 1990.  Orion Pictures, Tobor Productions.  Story by Frank Miller, Screenplay by Frank Miller, Walon Green, based on characters created by Edward Neumeier, Michael Miner.  Cinematography by Mark Irwin.  Produced by Jon Davison.  Music by Leonard Rosenman.  Production Design by Peter Jamison.  Costume Design by Rosanna Norton.  Film Editing by Armen Minasian, Lee Smith, Deborah…

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For The Boys (1991)

MARK RYDELL Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BBB.5.  USA, 1991.  All Girl Productions.  Story by Neal Jimenez, Lindy Laub, Screenplay by Marshall Brickman, Neal Jimenez, Lindy Laub.  Cinematography by Stephen Goldblatt.  Produced by Bonnie Bruckheimer, Bette Midler, Margaret South.  Music by Dave Grusin.  Production Design by Assheton Gorton.  Costume Design by Wayne A. Finkelman.  Film Editing by Gerald B. Greenberg, Jere Huggins.  Academy Awards 1991.  Golden Globe Awards…

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Murder By Numbers (2002)

BARBET SCHROEDER Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BB.5.  USA, 2002.  Warner Bros., Castle Rock Entertainment, Schroeder Hoffman Productions.  Screenplay by Tony Gayton.  Cinematography by Luciano Tovoli.  Produced by Richard Crystal, Susan Hoffman, Barbet Schroeder.  Music by Clint Mansell.  Production Design by Stuart Wurtzel.  Costume Design by Carol Oditz.  Film Editing by Lee Percy.   Two high-school students, one rich and popular (Ryan Gosling), the other a…

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Missing (1982)

COSTA-GAVRAS Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BBBBB.  USA, 1982.  Polygram Filmed Entertainment, Universal Pictures.  Screenplay by Costa-Gavras, Donald Stewart, based on the book by Thomas Hauser.  Cinematography by Ricardo Aronovich.  Produced by Edward Lewis, Mildred Lewis.  Music by Vangelis.  Production Design by Peter Jamison.  Costume Design by Joe I. Tompkins.  Film Editing by Francoise Bonnot.  Academy Awards 1982.  Cannes Film Festival 1982.  Golden Globe Awards 1982. …

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Clan Of The Cave Bear

BB (out of 5) Following the masterpiece of Quest For Fire, a film adaptation of Jean Auel’s famous novel series seemed a perfect idea; sadly, the end result is a lot closer to Raquel Welch in One Million Years B.C. than the Jean-Jacques Annaud classic. Daryl Hannah plays a human girl who is separated from…

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