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Character Flaws Character Flaws
, August 28, 2001
Begging for trouble every which way, O transposes Shakespeare's Othello to a coed prep school in South Carolina. The Moor of Venice, the war hero... More>>
Market Driven
, August 28, 2001
More than just a pulp-for-pulp's-sake statement, Ghosts of Mars poses a battery of questions: How does John Carpenter get his new movies made... More>>
Set This House on Fire Set This House on Fire
Nat Turner’s Second Coming
, August 28, 2001
"I was the great-grandson of a slave owner, and he was the great-grandson of slaves," says Sophie's Choice novelist William Styron, 76, recalling... More>>
Like Pater for ‘Chocolat’
, August 28, 2001
A Chicano cover version of Ang Lee's Eat Drink Man Woman, Tortilla Soup mixes Food Network money shots with the dregs of King Lear, aiming for... More>>
Chronic Fatigue
, August 21, 2001
Movie-watching has always demanded a tolerance for solipsism, but even fans of Kevin Smith may allow that the freedom Clerks won him (to... More>>
The War That Never Ended The War That Never Ended
, August 21, 2001
Novelistic scope and dialectical edge distinguish Fighter, Amir Bar-Lev's irresistible documentary about two Czech Holocaust survivors, Jan... More>>
Accidents Will Happen
, August 21, 2001
A tricky proposition in life, time travel is a breeze in cinema: Just run the film backward. Opening with such reverse spoolery, Brad Anderson's... More>>
Circle Jerk
, August 21, 2001
Made with $980 and about as many brain cells, Cupid's Mistake is more cute than clever. A tale of titillation and rejection, Young Man Kang's... More>>
Lukas Moodysson Travels Light Lukas Moodysson Travels Light
No Place Like Utopia
, August 21, 2001
The improbable missing link between Marx and ABBA, Lukas Moodysson's Together ventures into the vanishing utopia of a Swedish commune in the mid... More>>
The Kapital Gang The Kapital Gang
, August 21, 2001
Forget those magazine offices, law firms, schoolrooms, and coffee shops. The great unexplored milieu for a TV sitcom is the hippie commune. It's... More>>
Best in Show
, August 21, 2001
Massy and multi-tentacled, the celebrity-industrial complex has never been so hell-bent on proving Andy Warhol right as it is now. What's any... More>>
Badly Drawn Boys and Girls
, August 14, 2001
More the celluloid equivalent of fluffing than an actual movie, J.B. Rogers's absurdly pro forma American Pie 2 defies categorization. Is it a... More>>
Prime Movers Prime Movers
, August 14, 2001
Band of Outsiders (1964) is the Godard film for people who don't much care for Godard: a proto-slacker mood piece about two nondescript guys... More>>
Destiny’s Child Destiny’s Child
, August 14, 2001
PARIS, FRANCE—Le Fabuleux Destin d'Amélie Poulain, which will reach America in November as just plain Amélie (an exclamation... More>>
Anna Karina’s Magnificent Movieness Anna Karina’s Magnificent Movieness
Her Life to Relive
, August 14, 2001
The sad-eyed, raven-haired Guinevere of the international art film's belle epoque, Anna Karina will always possess a hallowed place in movie... More>>
Lush hour Lush hour
, August 14, 2001
Norway and England, worlds apart, represent different states of mind in Aberdeen, Hans Petter Moland's harsh but strangely lyrical drama of... More>>
Love and Other Catastrophes Love and Other Catastrophes
, August 14, 2001
Maybe all anyone needs to know about Captain Corelli's Mandolin can be parsed from its title. The Captain as in "& Tennille," since the Italian... More>>
Blood Feuds
, August 14, 2001
To watch Korean movies is to watch a national culture bar-brawl with itself, and fight dirty every step of the way. There may not be a more... More>>
Secrete Agents Secrete Agents
, August 07, 2001
Like a B-12 shot in the ass after hot months of malt liquor and White Castle, Osmosis Jones resuscitates the filmgoing summer with a vital jolt... More>>
The Shinings
, August 07, 2001
There are horror movies like The Silence of the Lambs or Alien that make you scream, clutch your date, or cover your eyes. Less typical is the... More>>
City Sickness City Sickness
, August 07, 2001
Encapsulating the moviemaking energies of an entire continent in 30 films, the Walter Reade's biennial Latin American series warrants the... More>>
Rogue Cops and Bad Lieutenants Rogue Cops and Bad Lieutenants
, August 07, 2001
Threaded throughout Film Forum's encyclopedic 50-film "NYPD" series are broad hints that the cops-'n'-crooks genre adores what it means to stamp... More>>
Friends of Dorothy
, August 07, 2001
Less a gaysploitation dramedy than a guy-guy homage to Nora Ephron's dark side, All Over the Guy is a painfully earnest case of generic romance... More>>
Try Fidelity
, August 07, 2001
A must-see for opera lovers and a snappy diversion for cinephiles, The Turandot Project is documentarian Allan Miller's latest peek into the... More>>
Death and the Maidens Death and the Maidens
, August 07, 2001
Whatever else it may be—a cold-sweat nightmare of male sexual anxiety, a mocking explication of Eros and Thanatos, the best-disguised... More>>
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