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Revew: Predator Two
Predator Two

Movie Review, Jan. 11, 1991

The Decalogue: Vol. One (Parts Three & Four)
Undoubtedly his masterpiece, these next episodes of Kieslowski's examination of the Ten Commandments concern keeping it holy, not committing adultery, and honoring your mom and dad.

Movie Review, Feb. 7, 2001

Visions of Light: The Art of Cinematography

Movie Review, April 30, 1993


Movie Review, April 26, 1991

Revew: Police Story I
Police Story I

Movie Review, July 30, 1993

Revew: No Escape
No Escape
Owen Wilson heads an American family swept up in a Southeast Asian coup

Movie Review, Aug. 26, 2015

Revew: Much Ado About Nothing
Much Ado About Nothing
Branagh, as the film's director and star – captures Shakespeare's captivating comic romance at the peak of flavor.

Movie Review, June 25, 1993

Revew: Klute

Movie Review, June 6, 2001


Movie Review, Nov. 8, 1991

Revew: L’argent

Movie Review, Sept. 20, 2000

Revew: Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves
Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves

Movie Review, June 21, 1991

Altered States
In this uneasy blend of the extreme visuals of director Ken Russell and the bloated dramaturgy of writer Paddy Chayefsky (who disowned this adaptation of his novel), Hurt plays an agnostic psychophysiologist who’s willing to try anything to find life’s answers: sensory deprivation tanks, mushrooms, you name it.

Movie Review, Dec. 2, 1999

Year of the Gun

Movie Review, Nov. 8, 1991

Revew: Mad Max
Mad Max

Movie Review, Feb. 3, 2000

Revew: Barton Fink
Barton Fink
This Coen brothers' comedy has a wicked sense of retribution.

Movie Review, Oct. 4, 1991

Sorry, Wrong Number

Movie Review, June 8, 2000

Revew: Annabelle Comes Home
Annabelle Comes Home
Anybody want a slightly soiled, demonically possessed doll?

Movie Review, June 28, 2019

Revew: Hoop Dreams
Hoop Dreams
Groundbreaking documentary follows five years in the lives of two promising high school basketball players from Chicago.

Movie Review, Dec. 23, 1994

Revew: Dora and the Lost City of Gold
Dora and the Lost City of Gold
Nickelodeon’s animated star gets a charming live-action revamp

Movie Review, Aug. 16, 2019

Revew: Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia
Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia
Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia is a profound existential adventure, twistedly comic and openly bitter, brought to life by those two maniacs: Peckinpah and Oates. An ugly, vicious film about not very glamorous people engaged in ugly, vicious activities, it’s more black comedy than anything. – Louis Black

Movie Review, Dec. 2, 1999

Revew: My Night at Maud's
My Night at Maud's

Movie Review, Sept. 6, 2001


Movie Review, June 24, 1994

Revew: Harold and Maude
Harold and Maude

Movie Review, July 15, 1999

Revew: Night of the Living Dead
Night of the Living Dead
George Romero's granddaddy of the modern flesh-eating zombie movies gets under your skin.

Movie Review, Sept. 16, 1999

Revew: Countdown
It's like Ring, but with an app instead of a ghost in a well

Movie Review, Nov. 1, 2019

Revew: Of Mice and Men
Of Mice and Men
This second film adaptation of Steinbeck's novel features great performances and a screenplay by Horton Foote.

Movie Review, Oct. 23, 1992

Revew: To Catch a Thief
To Catch a Thief

Movie Review, Nov. 11, 1999

Revew: Tommy Boy
Tommy Boy
As a mismatched pair, Farley and Spade have their comic moments, with the big galoot playing off the little jerk.

Movie Review, April 7, 1995

Claire of the Moon

Movie Review, July 24, 1992


Movie Review, April 10, 1992

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