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Stephen MacMillan Moser

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18 articles in 2000

Restoration

Visually magnificent, Restoration is a lovely mess.

Screens Review, Dec. 29, 2000

Isn't She Great

Isn't it awful?

Screens Review, Dec. 29, 2000

The Postman Always Rings Twice

The Postman Always Rings Twice is a stunning achievement that will live forever.

Screens Review, Dec. 29, 2000

Sid and Nancy

Although it was described as "pure fantasy" by the Sex Pistols' Johnny Rotten, Sid and Nancy gives the impression that it's not that far off the mark.

Screens Review, Dec. 8, 2000

A Scandal in Paris

A Scandal in Paris is Douglas Sirk before Douglas Sirk became good.

Screens Review, Dec. 8, 2000

Erin Brockovich

Julia Roberts rises above her oppressive hype to turn in a winsome performance in this Steven Soderbergh film.

Screens Review, Dec. 1, 2000

Plunkett & Macleane

Plunkett & Macleane, the first film from Jake Scott (son of Ridley), is a lush but troubled debut.

Screens Review, Nov. 24, 2000

The Caretakers

Even for die-hard Joan Crawford fans, The Caretaker (aka Della) is hard to stomach.

Screens Review, Nov. 24, 2000

Johnny Belinda, Magnificent Obsession, All That Heaven Allows

Screens Review, Nov. 3, 2000

Who Would Pay Money To See That?

Screens Review, Sep. 15, 2000

A Star Is Born

Screens Review, Aug. 25, 2000

Vogues of 1938

Screens Review, Jul. 14, 2000

Mahogany

Screens Review, Jul. 7, 2000

Lucy Gallant

Screens Review, Jun. 30, 2000

Back Street

Screens Review, Feb. 25, 2000

Smash-Up, The Story of a Woman

Screens Review, Feb. 18, 2000

I'll Cry Tomorrow

Screens Review, Feb. 18, 2000

Craig's Wife, Harriet Craig, The Little Foxes

Stephen MacMillan Moser celebrates those glamorous, backstabbing, deliciously bitchy divas: Rosalind Russell in Craig's Wife; Joan Crawford in the remake of that film, Harriet Craig; and Bette Davis in The Little Foxes.

Screens Review, Jan. 28, 2000