Kathleen Maher

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Out for Justice

Movie Review, April 19, 1991

Revew: The Killer
The Killer
This is the film that made John Woo and Chow Yun-Fat household names within action-crazed American households. Elements of conventional melodrama and criminal double-crosses blend in this story about a hitman conducting one last job to earn the money to restore the eyesight of a woman he had previously blinded.

Movie Review, April 19, 1991


Movie Review, April 19, 1985

Whispers in the Dark

Movie Review, Aug. 7, 1992

Revew: My Cousin Vinny
My Cousin Vinny

Movie Review, March 13, 1992

Revew: Jungle Fever
Jungle Fever

Movie Review, June 14, 1991

Voices From the Front

Movie Review, June 19, 1992

Revew: Mississippi Masala
Mississippi Masala

Movie Review, Feb. 28, 1992

Revew: Until the End of the World
Until the End of the World
Chopped to ribbons by the American distributor upon its initial release, Wenders’ sprawling Odyssean epic is only now seen in its true form, in a positively Homeric 295 minute version.

Movie Review, Feb. 28, 1992

Under Suspicion

Movie Review, July 31, 1992

Revew: Beauty and the Beast
Beauty and the Beast
The Disney classic returns to theatres with a 3-D update.

Movie Review, Nov. 29, 1991


Movie Review, Jan. 24, 1992

Revew: Singles
Love in the Nineties: no drugs and the sex is scary. Actually, Cameron Crowe documents the habits of a generation that adapted.

Movie Review, Sept. 25, 1992

Revew: A League of Their Own
A League of Their Own
The story of the short-lived women's baseball league gives Marshall and her cast the opportunity to examine oblique roots of modern feminism and have a darn fine time doing it.

Movie Review, July 3, 1992

Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken

Movie Review, May 31, 1991

Stone Cold

Movie Review, May 24, 1991

Year of the Gun

Movie Review, Nov. 8, 1991

Revew: Batman Returns
Batman Returns
Gotham City is once again riven with crime, so Michael Keaton and director Tim Burton's Batman save the citizens from the megalomaniacs.

Movie Review, June 26, 1992

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