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American Ugly
, October 17, 2000
Cinema's assault on the middle class continues with Cleopatra's Second Husband, an engagingly grim psychological thriller from 1998. Unlike its... More>>
The Atrocity Exhibit
They Came From Within
, October 17, 2000
Adam Simon's documentary The American Nightmare (Independent Film Channel, October 19, 28, and 31) does an admirable job of reclaiming 1970s... More>>
A Conspiracy So Vast A Conspiracy So Vast
, October 10, 2000
The Contender will be no one's idea of an October surprise, although, barring some late-breaking revelation of George Bush fratboy shenanigans,... More>>
Luis Buñuel’s Fetish-Object Lessons
, October 10, 2000
Openly, serenely delighted with how our own dreams can appall us, and how close movies are to that appalling dreaminess, Luis Buñuel may... More>>
Blame It on the Brain
, October 10, 2000
Suggestion to Sony: Since never-say-die metal gawd Rob Halford recently penned a riotous tune called "Cyber World," and since he'll be gigging in... More>>
Prague Spring
, October 10, 2000
If BAM's miniseries of out-of-the-gate national work is any measure, Czech cinema is still worshiping and homaging its 35-year-old co-Slovakian... More>>
Lynne Ramsay Starts With a Punch Lynne Ramsay Starts With a Punch
Canal Plus
, October 10, 2000
"People tend to romanticize childhood," says Glasgow-born director Lynne Ramsay. "I think it's actually quite a brutal place. I'm not interested... More>>
Great Leaps Forward
, October 10, 2000
Durham County, England, in 1984, is a land of dreary brick houses and circumscribed horizons. Billy Elliot, British director Stephen Daldry's... More>>
First-Timers Get Under the Skin First-Timers Get Under the Skin
, October 10, 2000
The first image in Ratcatcher, Lynne Ramsay's haunting evocation of a horrific Glasgow childhood, is of a preadolescent boy wrapping himself in a... More>>
Dolorous Haze
, October 10, 2000
Robert Altman calls his latest film a "love letter to the women of Dallas," but it's hard to detect anything resembling affection in Dr. T and... More>>
Falling Down
, October 03, 2000
A lot of time, money, and pain have gone into establishing Joel Schumacher's reputation as a well-oiled toxic-waste machine (deathless Batman and... More>>
Kennel Vision
, October 03, 2000
In 1996's snarky Waiting for Guffman and now in Best in Show, actor-director-screenwriter Christopher Guest takes a scattershot approach to... More>>
Shake Your Bon-Bon
, October 03, 2000
Chock-full of feisty-frank go-girl sextalk speculating on white guys' underplayable size (a myth vanquished by Scott Bakula's... More>>
Dose of Reality Dose of Reality
, October 03, 2000
Out of breath, dizzy with migraine frustration, and shuddering with an undeniable energy, Darren Aronofsky's torpedo-shot through Hubert Selby... More>>
Spike Lee’s Own Scary Movie Spike Lee’s Own Scary Movie
, October 03, 2000
What better title than Bamboozled for a film in which the most electrifying dance numbers since the days of Vincente Minnelli occur within an... More>>
The Way of a Gun
, October 03, 2000
A wry, nearly deadpan suburban comedy, David Maquiling's Too Much Sleep is so good it made me wish I had kept that workhorse phrase "remarkably... More>>
It's All Relative It's All Relative
, October 03, 2000
Edward Yang's Yi Yi, which screens tonight at the New York Film Festival and opens Friday at Film Forum, is a wonderfully engrossing... More>>
Body Shots and Brilliant Disguises Body Shots and Brilliant Disguises
, October 03, 2000
One of the most striking numbers in MGM's 1929 musical The Hollywood Revue is a spooky romp entitled: "Lon Chaney's Gonna Get You If You Don't... More>>
Show Me Love
, October 03, 2000
Meet the Parents waters down There's Something About Mary's pre-prom martyrdom sequence to feature length, capitalizing on Ben Stiller's... More>>
Grand Illusion
More About Eve
, October 03, 2000
When I was a theater-struck kid in Chicago, the only important local honor for actors was the Sarah Siddons Award. I learned decades later that... More>>
Contact Sports Contact Sports
, September 26, 2000
Taboo, which has its premiere at the New York Film Festival this weekend, could be considered an event within the event. Nagisa Oshima is Japan's... More>>
Original Sins and Future Shock Original Sins and Future Shock
, September 26, 2000
An autumn ritual, the New York Film Festival's "Views From the Avant-Garde" offers devotees of the subculture an opportunity to see a fairly wide... More>>
Boys in the Bland
, September 26, 2000
The mating habits of gay men come under scrutiny yet again in The Broken Hearts Club, a Sundance favorite that, for release, has been helpfully... More>>
Body Fount
, September 26, 2000
Whatever else can be said of Urban Legends: Final Cut, you can't whine that they skimped on the cast: Not only is Rebecca Gayheart (you know,... More>>
A Master Mimic Reads the Riot Act A Master Mimic Reads the Riot Act
, September 26, 2000
An unrivaled body snatcher, Anna Deavere Smith has gained a sizable, PBS-attuned audience for her one-woman, multicharacter plays, in which her... More>>
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