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Transformers: The Movie
Hitchcock's classic has acquired a certain campiness over the years, but it still has the power to disturb.

May 11, 2001 Screens Review by Eli Kooris

TO DIE FOR
A disturbing comedy that is both hysterical and wicked.

May 4, 2001 Screens Review by Stephen MacMillan Moser

BATMAN RETURNS
One of the best comic adaptations ever produced as well as one of Tim Burton's most understated fantasy efforts.

May 4, 2001 Screens Review by Mike Emery

Thou Shalt Not Kill ... Except
Any film that has a story co-written by Bruce Campbell and features Sam Raimi in an acting role should pique the interest of a certain type of trash-movie maven.

April 27, 2001 Screens Review by Jerry Renshaw

Goodbye, My Fancy
Joan Crawford plays Congresswoman Agatha Reed in this ridiculous fluff made all the more ludicrous by its attempts at importance.

April 20, 2001 Screens Review by Stephen MacMillan Moser

Cabaret
Divine decadence, darling

April 20, 2001 Screens Review by Stephen MacMillan Moser

Cruel Intentions
Made-for-TV acting quality that can't begin to grasp the nuances of the story -- but the kids seem to like it.

April 13, 2001 Screens Review by Stephen MacMillan Moser

His Girl Friday
One of the finest examples of screwball comedy and an excellent adaptation of a story that has been told many times

April 13, 2001 Screens Review by Stephen MacMillan Moser

Se7en
David Fincher's stunning directorial debut about a psychopath who uses the seven deadly sins as a model for his grotesque murders

April 13, 2001 Screens Review by Eli Kooris

How to Make an American Quilt
Not nearly as remarkable as its distinguished cast, but fine entertainment for a lazy day.

April 6, 2001 Screens Review by Stephen MacMillan Moser

PCU
The Animal House of the Nineties

March 30, 2001 Screens Review by Eli Kooris

The Baby
This 1973 bizarro thriller is as disgusting (and compelling) as a car wreck.

March 30, 2001 Screens Review by Jerry Renshaw

Joe
A classic film that reflects a balance between early Seventies counterculture and the era's conservative right.

March 30, 2001 Screens Review by Mike Emery

What's Love Got To Do With It

March 23, 2001 Screens Review by Stephen MacMillan Moser

Money for Nothing

March 23, 2001 Screens Review by Eli Kooris

Conan the Barbarian

March 23, 2001 Screens Review by Mike Emery

Christmas in July, Sullivan's Travels (1942), The Palm Beach Story
Christmas in July, Sullivan's Travels (1942), The Palm Beach Story

March 16, 2001 Screens Review by Jerry Renshaw

Girl Groups: The Story of a Sound
Seldom have obscure footage and recorded memories been put together in so charming a fashion

March 2, 2001 Screens Review by Stephen MacMillan Moser

Digimon: The Movie review
A questionable children's adventure that's boggling on every level

March 2, 2001 Screens Review by Mike Emery

POKéMON 2000 Pokémon 2000 review
A tale that's difficult to watch, much less comprehend

March 2, 2001 Screens Review by Mike Emery

Gone With the Wind: The Making of the Legend
Everything you ever wanted to know about GWTW -- in one work

Feb. 23, 2001 Screens Review by Stephen MacMillan Moser

Hackers
Films made about computers and their impact on our society fall into two categories: hit or miss. Hackers is the latter.

Feb. 23, 2001 Screens Review by Eli Kooris

The Last Days of Disco
This Whit Stillman movie perfectly illustrates how white the disco fad became, but at times, the audience has to wonder if Stillman has any idea about the era that he's trying to capture.

Feb. 16, 2001 Screens Review by Mike Emery

Behind Locked Doors
Tor Johnson in a Forties noir? Directed by Budd Boetticher, the director of Westerns like The Cimarron Kid and The Tall T? Believe it.

Feb. 16, 2001 Screens Review by Jerry Renshaw

The Fan
The Halston clothes, as beautiful relics of that era, are the best thing about this movie.

Feb. 16, 2001 Screens Review by Stephen MacMillan Moser

Kitten With a Whip
John Waters must have loved this movie.

Feb. 9, 2001 Screens Review by Jerry Renshaw

Showgirls
Like a car wreck you can't take your eyes off of.

Feb. 9, 2001 Screens Review by Stephen MacMillan Moser

Godzilla 2000
The G-monster returns to form.

Feb. 9, 2001 Screens Review by Mike Emery

Wolfen
Director Michael Wadleigh's only narrative effort is a terrific post-George Romero modernist horror film about ancient spirits, deadly animals, and the nightmare landscape of the modern urban city.

Feb. 2, 2001 Screens Review by Louis Black

A Perfect World
Kevin Costner is superb in this sometimes charming coming-of-age / crime caper film directed by Clint Eastwood, but A Perfect World is not a perfect film.

Feb. 2, 2001 Screens Review by Eli Kooris

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