robert faires 2000 5 results
Deep in your heart, you should "follow." Released just a few years ago, this film version of the Off Broadway workhorse captures the feeling of the innocent and bygone era of movie musicals. But it differs from the original work's romantic minimalism as it opens up the play cinematically.
Film Review, Nov. 10, 2000
Having noir in the title may give this anthology of animated shorts a certain continental flair, but it isn't exactly helpful in providing a feel...
Film Review, Sep. 15, 2000
This is the master of subversion's most subversive work, a wartime romantic comedy built around a small-town sweetheart getting drunk and knocked up by a soldier she can't remember. Sturges covers himself by saying his heroine got married before she did the horizontal bop, but even so, the plot is a radical departure for the time.
Film Review, Feb. 17, 2000
Taymor creates a spectacularly imaginative piece of Shakespearean cinema set in a world out of time.
Film Review, Feb. 11, 2000
To say that I wept copiously during My Dog Skip, the feature adaptation of Willie Morris' ode to his childhood pup, is not by itself...
Film Review, Jan. 21, 2000