Joey O'Bryan

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Revew: The Legend of Drunken Master
The Legend of Drunken Master
A classic chopsocky mixture of action and comedy, capped by a ferocious 20-minute finale.

Movie Review, Oct. 19, 2000

The Wooden Man's Bride

Movie Review, Oct. 25, 1996

Paperback Romance

Movie Review, Oct. 18, 1996

Savior of the Soul

Movie Review, Oct. 11, 1996

Glory Daze

Movie Review, Oct. 11, 1996

The Chamber

Movie Review, Oct. 11, 1996

The Glimmer Man

Movie Review, Oct. 11, 1996

Last Man Standing

Movie Review, Sept. 27, 1996

Maximum Risk

Movie Review, Sept. 20, 1996

Revew: Iceman Cometh
Iceman Cometh

Movie Review, Aug. 30, 1996

Original Gangstas

Movie Review, Aug. 23, 1996

Nelly and Monsieur Arnaud
A hard-working woman with a slacker spouse accepts a no-strings-attached job from an older man, which grows into a deep friendship.

Movie Review, Aug. 16, 1996

Spike & Mike's Sick and Twisted Festival of Animation Two

Movie Review, Aug. 9, 1996

Eastern Condors

Movie Review, Aug. 9, 1996

Chain Reaction

Movie Review, Aug. 2, 1996

The Prodigal Son

Movie Review, July 26, 1996

Supercop

Movie Review, July 26, 1996

As Tears Go by

Movie Review, July 19, 1996

Revew: The Frighteners
The Frighteners

Movie Review, July 19, 1996

Eraser

Movie Review, June 28, 1996

The Monster
Begnini is mistaken for a sex criminal and murderer by the Italian cops. Hilarity ensues.

Movie Review, June 21, 1996

Wallace and Gromit: The Best of Aardman Animation

Movie Review, June 14, 1996

Dragonheart

Movie Review, June 7, 1996

Spy Hard

Movie Review, May 31, 1996

Once Upon a Time … When We Were Colored

Movie Review, May 17, 1996

The Final Option

Movie Review, May 3, 1996

The Quest

Movie Review, May 3, 1996

The Substitute

Movie Review, April 26, 1996

Chungking Express
Lovelorn street cops in Hong Kong find romance amid explosions of color and rushes of impressionistic motion.

Movie Review, April 26, 1996

Fear
Stock characters and unintentionally funny dialogue doom this film about a beleaguered father who tries to protect his smitten daughter from a drug-dealing, trash-talking, randomly violent psychopath.

Movie Review, April 19, 1996

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