Russell Smith

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Swept From the Sea

Movie Review, Feb. 27, 1998

Revew: Live Flesh
Live Flesh
Possibly due to the story's origin as a Ruth Rendell novel, this is the most coherent, viewer-friendly narratives Almodóvar's ever filmed. It also focuses on male relationships and features a young Javier Bardem.

Movie Review, Feb. 27, 1998

Sphere

Movie Review, Feb. 20, 1998

Lewis & Clark & George

Movie Review, Feb. 13, 1998

Four Days in September

Movie Review, Feb. 13, 1998

The Replacement Killers

Movie Review, Feb. 6, 1998

A Self-Made Hero

Movie Review, Feb. 6, 1998

It's in the Water

Movie Review, Jan. 30, 1998

Great Expectations

Movie Review, Jan. 30, 1998

Spike & Mike's Sick and Twisted Festival of Animation '98

Movie Review, Jan. 30, 1998

The Education of Little Tree

Movie Review, Jan. 30, 1998

Half-Baked
Cameos from Steven Wright, Willie Nelson, Tommy Chong, and Janeane Garofalo help stoke this addled comic premise about selling pot to raise a buddy's bail.

Movie Review, Jan. 23, 1998

Sick: The Life and Death of Bob Flanagan, Supermasochist

Movie Review, Jan. 16, 1998

The Boxer

Movie Review, Jan. 9, 1998

The Postman

Movie Review, Dec. 26, 1997

An American Werewolf in Paris

Movie Review, Dec. 26, 1997

Amistad

Movie Review, Dec. 19, 1997

Tomorrow Never Dies

Movie Review, Dec. 19, 1997

Home Alone 3

Movie Review, Dec. 12, 1997

Slaves to the Underground

Movie Review, Dec. 12, 1997

Revew: Happy Together
Happy Together
In this classic Wong film, his alienated and love-obsessed characters take the form of a pair of gay lovers who have moved from Hong Kong to Buenos Aires to start their fractious relationship anew.

Movie Review, Dec. 5, 1997

The Delta

Movie Review, Nov. 28, 1997

Revew: Gummo
Gummo
White-trash hell from the writer of Kids.

Movie Review, Nov. 28, 1997

Soul in the Hole

Movie Review, Nov. 21, 1997

John Grisham's The Rainmaker

Movie Review, Nov. 21, 1997

Revew: Eve's Bayou
Eve's Bayou
Actress-turned-first-time director Lemmons unravels a spellbinding tale that blends Southern Gothic magical realism and disturbing family drama.

Movie Review, Nov. 14, 1997

The Jackal

Movie Review, Nov. 14, 1997

Telling Lies in America

Movie Review, Nov. 7, 1997

Washington Square

Movie Review, Nov. 7, 1997

Starship Troopers
In this spectacle, lethal insects from outer space do battle with student soldiers. When in Austin recently, Oliver Stone called Starship Troopers "One of the best war films in recent years."

Movie Review, Nov. 7, 1997

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