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Cops and Squabblers
, June 13, 2000
Starting off in a promisingly gloomy, Kafka-via-David Fincher mode, first-time director Craig Monahan's cop thriller, The Interview, ends up... More>>
The Searchers The Searchers
, June 13, 2000
Time Regained, the tastefully brash, subtly eccentric, and altogether triumphant Raúl Ruiz adaptation of the labyrinthian volume that... More>>
Join the Good-Fight Club Join the Good-Fight Club
, June 13, 2000
Banned for seven years by the Iranian government, Dariush Mehrjui's The Lady screens for the first time in the U.S. at the Human Rights Watch... More>>
Human Traffic
, June 13, 2000
Filmmaker-photographer Rudy Burckhardt, who died last year at age 85, had a career almost impossible to imagine anywhere except New York City.... More>>
Auto Ban
, June 13, 2000
Producer Jerry Bruckheimer, bravely soldiering on after the death of partner-in-excess Don Simpson, lords over what is now the most emblematic of... More>>
Your Own Impersonal Jesus Your Own Impersonal Jesus
, June 13, 2000
Alison Maclean's chilly, mopey materialization of Denis Johnson's story cycle Jesus' Son might be the supreme screen portrait of '70s drug... More>>
Old Masters of the New Wave Old Masters of the New Wave
Making History
, June 06, 2000
This year's Cannes festival began with a bang for the lucky few and a whimper for the rest. Understandably skipping the opening film, Roland... More>>
The Players Club The Players Club
, June 06, 2000
American Pimp, the documentary by the twins Allen and Albert Hughes (Dead Presidents, Menace II Society), may not be the most garrulous... More>>
One Foot in the Rave One Foot in the Rave
, June 06, 2000
The first American fiction feature to embrace the rave scene as more than colorful scenery, Groove is less a work of subcultural ethnography than... More>>
On the Beaten Path
Melted-Cheese Cockroaches!
, June 06, 2000
Channel 13's efforts to gain wider recognition for independent New York-based filmmakers with its Reel New York series are unassailable, but a... More>>
Reality Rites
, June 06, 2000
Unlike many of the midcentury's cinematic "movements," cinema vérité has faded from view not because it is dated but because it is... More>>
Children of a Lesser God Children of a Lesser God
, June 06, 2000
On New Year's Eve, 1899, the Sonnenschein family of Budapest toasts the future. Ignatz (Ralph Fiennes), the elder son and a successful judge,... More>>
Disguise the Limit
, June 06, 2000
The first half of Martin Lawrence's foray into prosthetic calisthenics, Big Momma's House, travels in nasty, scatological, Martin-sitcom... More>>
Tough Sells and Transported Cinephiles Tough Sells and Transported Cinephiles
In the Cannes
, May 30, 2000
It was a cinephile's wet dream and a distributor's nightmare. Never has the gap between art and commerce seemed more vivid—and... More>>
Queer and Present Danger Queer and Present Danger
, May 30, 2000
With each passing year, despite good intentions, the Gay and Lesbian Film Festival doesn't so much celebrate queer innovation as illustrate the... More>>
Based on a True Story Based on a True Story
, May 30, 2000
Anyone taking in the new "Docfest" as a 16-course meal will be struck first by the it's-a-small-world heterogeneity, and then, conversely, by the... More>>
Calm Within the Storm
Edward Yang's Kin Flick
, May 30, 2000
"We live three times as long since the invention of cinema," says a character in Edward Yang's Yi-Yi (A One and a Two), an intimate three-hour... More>>
Duels in the Sun
, May 30, 2000
The self-loathing underworld god-king of masculine genre angst and the world's first genuine action craftsman, Sam Peckinpah made movies that... More>>
Smoke and Mirrors Smoke and Mirrors
, May 30, 2000
Unlike such philosophically grounded early-summer rivals as the Aurelian Gladiator and the Hubbardist Battlefield Earth, Mission: Impossible 2 is... More>>
Promised Lands Promised Lands
, May 23, 2000
Anyone who knows Takeshi Kitano only from Violent Cop, Boiling Point, or Sonatine might be understandably bewildered by the sugary pink seraphim... More>>
No Sleep for the Wicked No Sleep for the Wicked
, May 23, 2000
The psychopathology of choice at the movies—the split-personality syndrome that helped Gwyneth Paltrow find true love in Sliding Doors,... More>>
The Music Man
, May 23, 2000
The Screening Room's retro of classic MGM musicals is, wittingly or unwittingly, an homage to Arthur Freed. Eight of the 12 films were made by... More>>
Sweet and Lowdown
, May 23, 2000
Jackie Chan's latest shotgun marriage of martial-arts action and buddy-pic slapstick suffers from a script less written than treated, scenes less... More>>
Dyke Jones? Pussy Galore! Dyke Jones? Pussy Galore!
, May 23, 2000
"If you stay here too long, you don't think of guys at all. You get out of the habit." Film Forum might as well post this warning from the bleak... More>>
Thus Spake Maximus
Battle Royale: Crowe vs. Nietzsche
, May 23, 2000
The Will to Power Grievously outnumbered, kneeling and with hands bound, Russell Crowe in Gladiator slays five armed executioners. Russell Crowe... More>>
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