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Anti-Essential Viewing Anti-Essential Viewing
, July 04, 2000
A teenage lesbian comedy with the insouciance of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, But I'm a Cheerleader is the debut feature of Jamie Babbit, a director... More>>
Moose in a Noose
, July 04, 2000
Such are the secrets movie stars harbor: In the world as it should be, you couldn't get Robert De Niro to play an animated Jay Ward... More>>
Imitation of Life
, July 04, 2000
Scratch the surface of 1950s American postwar prosperity and you'll find an era rife with paranoia and anxiety, where rampant conformity bred... More>>
Brave Hearts Brave Hearts
, June 27, 2000
Will Roland Emmerich's evocation of the American Revolution supplant Roland Emmerich's Independence Day as the greatest July 4th attraction in... More>>
What’s Your Beef?
, June 27, 2000
Not even passable as a waxy-beefcake oglefest, Mel Chionglo's Burlesk King fully consigns the Filipino go-go-boy melodrama (a blueprint drawn by... More>>
Woman on Top
Clown College to Boarding-House Boinks
, June 27, 2000
In 1970, counterculturalists Lilian and Ken Horler founded Sydney's legendary Nimrod Theatre. The now defunct venue was meant to serve as "a tiny... More>>
In Search of Lost Time In Search of Lost Time
, June 27, 2000
Is it mere serendipity that the Alain Resnais retro at Lincoln Center follows hard on the heels of the release of Raul Ruiz's ambitious Proust... More>>
Local Color
, June 27, 2000
If the truth, as Jean-Luc Godard has asserted, is 24 frames per second, then the 24 women avant-garde filmmakers assembled for the Whitney's "The... More>>
Reversion Therapy
, June 27, 2000
The revival of Stanley Kubrick's scant oeuvre—only 13 films, and only the last seven commonly evoked as "Kubrickian"—continues at... More>>
Days Between Stations Days Between Stations
, June 27, 2000
In the rock-'em-sock-'em environment of Sundance, films that eschew an excess of violence or sentimentality are often overlooked. A delicate... More>>
The Graduate The Graduate
Heather Matarazzo Leaves the Dollhouse
, June 27, 2000
In Lisanne Skyler's Getting to Know You, which knits together three Joyce Carol Oates stories, the watchful eye at the center of the stormy... More>>
Bruno Dumont's Material World Bruno Dumont's Material World
Oh, the Humanité
, June 20, 2000
Love it or hate it, Bruno Dumont's Humanité is a movie to be reckoned with, a relentless, profoundly disturbing and oddly thrilling two... More>>
Home to Roost Home to Roost
, June 20, 2000
The uneasy reunion of two formidable comic talents, Me, Myself & Irene combines the Farrelly brothers' requisite jerk-off jokes with Jim Carrey's... More>>
Clash of the Titans
Hardest Movie Quiz Answers Revealed!
, June 20, 2000
The tally for this year's quiz (May 16) was something of a dead heat between 1998 winner Morton Tankus and 1999 champ Derek Davidson, clearly the... More>>
Aardman Hatches a Chick Flick Aardman Hatches a Chick Flick
The Joy Cluck Club
, June 20, 2000
A prisoner-of-war film starring poultry, Aardman's feature-length Chicken Run repackages in summer-movie form the British claymation studio's... More>>
Freddie’s Revenge
, June 20, 2000
Unwaveringly arbitrary in nature, Robert Iscove's teenflick Boys and Girls approaches such niceties as construction and character motivation with... More>>
Are You Defending Your Life? Are You Defending Your Life?
, June 20, 2000
It's hardly a promising artistic coupling: the terse, enigmatic Franz Kafka and the baroque, shamelessly bombastic Orson Welles. Approached in... More>>
The Politics of Dancing
, June 20, 2000
A North African rent-controlled banlieu outside Paris is a not-quite-slapstick battleground for cops, immigrants, a fundamentalist Muslim little... More>>
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>>
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