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Revew: Memoirs of an Invisible Man
Memoirs of an Invisible Man

Movie Review, Feb. 28, 1992

Revew: Funny Girl
Funny Girl

Movie Review, Oct. 4, 2001

Revew: Anna
International ass-kickery with a strong but beautiful female lead? Luc Besson, back on his sh*t again.

Movie Review, June 28, 2019

Revew: It Happened One Night
It Happened One Night

Movie Review, Jan. 13, 1995

Revew: The Sting
The Sting

Movie Review, Aug. 30, 2000

Revew: Strange Brew
Strange Brew
Bob and Doug McKenzie, SCTV's beer-guzzling Canadian brothers, broke out of their TV-sketch format to star in this feature-length movie written and directed by their alter egos, Thomas and Moranis.

Movie Review, May 11, 2000

Revew: Halloween

Movie Review, Oct. 28, 1999

Revew: The Ten Commandments
The Ten Commandments
DeMille's Technicolor version of this Biblical tale is a durable and star-studded extravaganza. The movie sports Oscars for its special effects.

Movie Review, Nov. 22, 1991

Revew: The Lady Eve
The Lady Eve

Movie Review, June 30, 1999


Movie Review, Oct. 2, 1992

Revew: Claire's Knee
Claire's Knee

Movie Review, Sept. 19, 2001

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

Revew: Delicatessen
Set in some sort of post-apocalyptic Parisian deli o' the damned, this is a lunatic's take on the future of man.

Movie Review, June 5, 1992

Revew: Bad Santa 2
Bad Santa 2
A tired sequel that's more offensive than transgressive

Movie Review, Nov. 23, 2016

Revew: Tumbleweeds

Movie Review, March 4, 2000

Revew: Pickpocket

Movie Review, Aug. 30, 2000

Revew: Ugetsu
Set in 16th century Japan, this award-winning film is a mixture of rich pageantry, clan wars, and eerie ghost story. The movie relates the story of two peasants who leave their rural homes to seek riches and glory.

Movie Review, Aug. 19, 1999

Revew: The Invisible Man
The Invisible Man
Rains made his screen debut in the H.G. Wells mad-scientist classic.

Movie Review, Aug. 19, 1999

The Summer House

Movie Review, Jan. 7, 1994

Revew: Poison

Movie Review, Aug. 30, 1991

Revew: The Unknown
The Unknown

Movie Review, July 15, 2002

Wild West

Movie Review, Nov. 26, 1993

Revew: Police Story II
Police Story II
In the second part of Chan's Police Story opus, his detective is demoted to a traffic cop for his previous escapades but that still doesn't keep him out of trouble.

Movie Review, Sept. 17, 1993

Revew: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Movie Review, July 2, 1993

Revew: The Front Runner
The Front Runner
Jason Reitman revisits a long-ago time when a sex scandal could ruin a candidate's shot at the presidency

Movie Review, Nov. 21, 2018

Revew: Aladdin
Disney goes more cartoony but still produces a classic with this tale of a diamond in the rough

Movie Review, Nov. 27, 1992

The Wizard of Oz W/pink Floyd

Movie Review, July 29, 1999

The Rocketeer
An unemployed aviator stumbles upon a jet-pack in this fun adventure set in an idealized 1938 Hollywood.

Movie Review, June 21, 1991

Revew: Life of Brian
Life of Brian

Movie Review, Dec. 18, 2001

Revew: You Can't Take It With You
You Can't Take It With You
Based on the antic stage play by George S. Kaufmann and Moss Hart, this Capra film earned Oscars for the film and the director. With her impeccable timing and idiosyncratic delivery, Jean Arthur plays a girl who must introduce her fiancé and his parents to her decidedly eccentric family.

Movie Review, Jan. 16, 2002

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