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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>>
How Do I Deal
, September 26, 2000
Josh Evans's The Price of Air starts out temptingly: Shot on digital video, the movie doesn't tell its story so much as toss it in the air like... More>>
Might of the Hunter
, September 26, 2000
A grassroots refutation of Discovery Channel/National Geographic dispassion, The Great Dance: A Hunter's Story is hot and sweaty with fetching... More>>
Kin Flick; Kindred Spirits Kin Flick; Kindred Spirits
, September 19, 2000
By any standards, Alma is a nightmare of a mother. A pathological narcissist who experiences frequent psychotic episodes, she has problems with... More>>
Survival Guides
, September 19, 2000
Only a surrealist would cast Isabella Rossellini as an ultra-Orthodox Jewish woman. But in Left Luggage, Dutch actor-director Jeroen... More>>
Traction Figures
, September 19, 2000
Something like the soapbox derby car of superhero comedies, Craig Mazin's The Specials skirts the edge of professionalism, one-upping Mystery... More>>
Trailer Flash and Female Trouble Trailer Flash and Female Trouble
Toronto Divides and Conquers
, September 19, 2000
Twenty-five this year, the Toronto Film Festival has managed to integrate its various identities—Hollywood junket, Perspective Canada,... More>>
Stage Frightful
, September 19, 2000
Karaoke represents liberation in Duets—far more than a train-wreck by-product of oblivious drunkenness, it's a transformative escape for the... More>>
Design for Living
, September 19, 2000
Like many of its shaggy-dog brethren, Woman on Top is outsize, dumb, and eager to please. Ambling from Brazil to San Francisco in pursuit of a... More>>
Darkness Visible Darkness Visible
, September 19, 2000
The title Dancer in the Dark promises a stunt performance, and the film, which opens the New York Film Festival on Friday and goes into release... More>>
Suprèma Donnas
, September 19, 2000
The 38th New York Film Festival's principal sidebar event is devoted to a fascinating but unfamiliar genre: the diva film. In Italy, during the... More>>
Generational Tastes Generational Tastes
, September 12, 2000
A historical marker in more ways than one, American Graffiti perfected a near Pavlovian formula for manufacturing the myth of a generation out of... More>>
Criminal Lovers Criminal Lovers
, September 12, 2000
Borrowing its unwieldy title if little else from Dostoyevsky, Crime and Punishment in Suburbia eschews the novel's labyrinthine intersections of... More>>
The Drowned and the Saved The Drowned and the Saved
, September 12, 2000
It's Beastly German week at the movies with the arrival of two feature docs: Mark Jonathan Harris's Into the Arms of Strangers, about the flight... More>>
House of Paint
, September 12, 2000
Sharing more nowadays with Ken Russell than with his own, Franco-era filmmaking self, Carlos Saura seems to be turning into a middle-class... More>>
Heroes Never Die
, September 12, 2000
Milkyway Productions is the brainchild of directors Wai Ka-fai (who previously gave us Chow Yun-fat's Hong Kong swan song, Peace Hotel) and the... More>>
There Is Power in a Union There Is Power in a Union
, September 12, 2000
Restrained, tough, and subtle enough to be as engrossing on the second viewing as it was on the first, Laurent Cantet's Human Resources is a film... More>>
Eternity and a Day
, September 12, 2000
After nibbling on Woody Allen zwieback in its opening credits (trad jazz, alphabetized cast list, white-on-black titles), 30 Days thuds away at... More>>
Past Masters and Possible Worlds Past Masters and Possible Worlds
Venetian Finds
, September 12, 2000
In its 57th installment, the world's oldest film festival took a tentative step toward resolving its longtime identity crisis. Filling out the... More>>
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