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Boys Life 3
"...Wood, Jon Polito, Elliott Gould, Jennifer Esposito, Sara Gilbert, Guillermo Diaz and Alexis Arquette. The five short films that..."

April 20, 2001 Movie Review by Marrit Ingman

Summer Sneaks
Apocalypse Whenever: Movies in the Season of Armageddon
"...Depp, Benicio Del Toro, Ellen Barkin, Gary Busey, Cameron Diaz, Flea, Mark Harmon, Katherine Helmond, Lyle Lovett, Tobey Maguire,..."

May 22, 1998 Screens Feature

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.
"...Directed by: Tamra Davis. Starring: David Chappelle, Jim Breuer, Guillermo Diaz, Rachel True and Harland Williams. People who might..."

Jan. 23, 1998 Movie Review by Russell Smith

Stonewall
"...Directed by: Nigel Finch. Starring: Frederick Weller, Guillermo Diaz, Brendan Corbalis, Duane Boutte and Bruce Macvittie. Who..."

Sept. 20, 1996 Movie Review by Steve Davis

Toros Weekend Preview
"...has a nice offensive set, he’s streaky. Former Clipper Guillermo Diaz is equally unstable. He can light it up..."

Feb. 29, 2008 Sports Post by Matt Moore

Two Hundred Cigarettes
"...Directed by: Risa Bramon Garcia. Starring: Guillermo Diaz, Angela Featherstone, Janeane Garofalo, Kate Hudson, Casey Affleck,..."

Feb. 26, 1999 Movie Review by Steve Davis

I Think I Do
"...Brian Sloan. Starring: Alexis Arquette, Christian Maelen, Maddie Corman, Guillermo Diaz, Marianne Hagan, Jamie Harrold, Lauren Vélez and Tuc..."

May 22, 1998 Movie Review by Steve Davis

All Wrapped Up
Holiday Film Previews
"...Jim Breuer, David Chappelle, Tommy Chong, Snoop Doggy Dogg, Guillermo Diaz, Rachel True, Harland Williams, Steven Wright...."

Nov. 28, 1997 Screens Feature by Marjorie Baumgarten

Nowhere
The third chapter in Araki's teen-angst-run-riot-in-L.A. triptych is as gorgeously messy as the first two films.
"...Starring: James Duval, Rachel True, Kathleen Robertson, Nathan Bexton, Guillermo Diaz, Jeremy Jordan, Alan Boyce, Christina Applegate, Jason Simmons..."

Aug. 15, 1997 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

High School High
"...Hart Bochner. Starring: Jon Lovitz, Tia Carrere, Mekhi Phifer, Guillermo Diaz, John Neville and Louise Fletcher. In this new..."

Nov. 8, 1996 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

Film Reviews
Recommended
"...Mayer; with Parker Posey, Omar Townsend, Sasha von Scherler, Guillermo Diaz, Anthony DeSando, Donna Mitchell, Liev Schreiber, Nicole Bobbitt...."

Sept. 1, 1995 News Feature

Party Girl
Parker Posey's breakout role came in this NYC coming-of-age indie in which she plays a hipster party animal who tries to settle down as a librarian.
"...Mayer. Starring: Parker Posey, Omar Townsend, Sasha von Scherler, Guillermo Díaz, Anthony Desando, Donna Mitchell, Liev Schreiber and Nicole..."

Aug. 11, 1995 Movie Review by Alison Macor

Fantastic Fest Opens the Mercado Fantastico
New film market at genre festival aims Spanish, Portuguese spotlight
"...at Fantastic Fest." Aside from an early screening of Guillermo del Toro's Pan's Labyrinth, it's provided a breakout platform..."

May 30, 2013 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

Thanks for the Memories
'Chronicle' staff past and present on 20 years of covering SXSW Film
"...Yoakam, Julianna Margulies, Jack Hill, Sid Haig, Steven Soderbergh, Guillermo del Toro, Harry Knowles, Robert Rodriguez, Elizabeth Avellán, lawyer/producer..."

March 1, 2013 Screens Feature by The Screens Staff

Hot Movie Previews
Sneaking Into Summer
"...D: P.J. Hogan; with Julia Roberts, Dermot Mulroney, Cameron Diaz, Rupert Everett, Philip Bosco, M. Emmet Walsh...."

May 23, 1997 Screens Feature by Marjorie Baumgarten

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