Russell Smith

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Elizabeth
Blanchett is indelible as Queen Elizabeth I, the 16th century monarch who took the British throne during divisive times.

Movie Review, Nov. 20, 1998

Olympia

Movie Review, Nov. 13, 1998

Velvet Goldmine

Movie Review, Nov. 6, 1998

Autumn Sun

Movie Review, Oct. 30, 1998

A Merry War

Movie Review, Oct. 23, 1998

Revew: Practical Magic
Practical Magic

Movie Review, Oct. 16, 1998

Revew: A Night at the Roxbury
A Night at the Roxbury

Movie Review, Oct. 9, 1998

Gadjo Dilo

Movie Review, Oct. 2, 1998

Six-String Samurai

Movie Review, Sept. 18, 1998

Knock Off

Movie Review, Sept. 11, 1998

Why Do Fools Fall in Love

Movie Review, Aug. 28, 1998

Dance With Me

Movie Review, Aug. 21, 1998

How Stella Got Her Groove Back

Movie Review, Aug. 14, 1998

O Amor Natural
Recently unearthed erotic poetry of Carlos Drummond de Andrade is used by the filmmaker as an opening gambit for frank conversations about love and sex with random Brazilians.

Movie Review, Aug. 7, 1998

Sonatine

Movie Review, July 17, 1998

Revew: Hands on a Hard Body
Hands on a Hard Body
Unpretentious insight into the nature of human aspiration can be found in Bindler's documentary about the yearly contest in which Jack Long Nissan of Longview, Texas, gives a new hard body pickup to whomever can keep his or her hands on it the longest.

Movie Review, July 10, 1998

Revew: Dr. Dolittle
Dr. Dolittle

Movie Review, June 26, 1998

Revew: Clockwatchers
Clockwatchers
Four young office temps wither within and fight back against corporate cubicle culture.

Movie Review, June 19, 1998

Almost Heroes

Movie Review, June 5, 1998

Hana-Bi (Fireworks)

Movie Review, May 22, 1998

Chinese Box

Movie Review, May 15, 1998

He Got Game

Movie Review, May 1, 1998

Paul Monette: The Brink of Summer's End

Movie Review, April 24, 1998

The Players Club

Movie Review, April 17, 1998

Revew: Fallen Angels
Fallen Angels
Shot as a companion piece to Chungking Express, this film captures Wong Kar-Wai's fascination with young urban pilgrims and their nocturnal wanderings and cinematographer Christopher Doyle's narcotizing wizardry with light and color.

Movie Review, April 10, 1998

I Love You, I Love You Not

Movie Review, April 3, 1998

Mr. Nice Guy

Movie Review, March 27, 1998

Nil by Mouth

Movie Review, March 13, 1998

Robyn Hitchcock's Moving Pictures
Jonathan Demme Films Storefront Hitchcock

Screens, March 13, 1998

U.S. Marshals

Movie Review, March 6, 1998

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