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reviewed XXX (Widescreen Special Edition) (2002). September 05, 2003
... in the sum of its parts, XXX -- with its dynamic camerawork and non-stop pyrotechnics displays -- amounts to little more than a high octane stunt movie, at best a guilty pleasure and at worst a low-brow …
reviewed Roughnecks - The Starship Troopers Ch.... September 04, 2003
Another absolutely stunning adventure for the ROUGHNECKS, the "Zephyr Campaign" has long been referred to as the 'lost campaign,' seeing as it was skipped over in the DVD production schedule due in large …
reviewed A Touch of Zen (1969). August 12, 2003
A TOUCH OF ZEN is a little marvel of a film that modern cinemaniacs probably don't revere as much as they might given the fact that much of what's explored in the legend has already influenced countless …
reviewed Dragonslayer: When Dragons Were Real .... July 31, 2003
I can remember watching DRAGONSLAYER in the movie theatres during my high school years, and, as I understand it, the DVD transfer is going to be upgraded from what was released on Laser Disc not long …
reviewed Three O'Clock High (1987). July 27, 2003
Unfortunately, this film was buried under a mountain of non-promotional advertising b/c of Director Philip Joanau's (sp?) refusal to change its name from THREE O'CLOCK HIGH to BELLS RING AT THREE. The …
reviewed Alias Betty (2002). July 17, 2003
I've always liked jigsaw puzzles. In my humble opinion, the universal appeal of the jigsaw puzzle is simple: it's the pleasant surprise at how all of the seemingly disjointed pieces fit nicely together …
reviewed Hit Me (1998). July 15, 2003
A reasonable attempt at noir, HIT ME -- photographed far too lustrously to be true noir -- packs a few punches after the first twenty minutes (questionable editing) but is hanging off the ropes by the …
reviewed The Train (1965). July 06, 2003
Bookend this film alongside THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE and SEVEN DAYS IN MAY and one comes to the easy realization that Director John Frankenheimer has captured three of the most riveting, enthrallings, …
reviewed Fulltime Killer - Special Edition (2001). June 24, 2003
Bang! Bang! Bang!Thanks to the thrill of Hong Kong cinema, action movies still find a home outside of most US production companies, and that fact has rarely been so admirably demonstrated as it is here …
reviewed Diamond Men (2002). May 31, 2003
Warning: this is a character study. Those viewers interested in mindless explosions and frenetic car chase sequences need not apply."Diamond Men" is a fascination, with equal parts drawn from the themes …
reviewed The Wrong Guy (1997). May 22, 2003
Comedy is predicated on its ability to be unpredictable, and THE WRONG GUY is largely the victim of easily guessed jokes waiting for you just around the corner. Still, Dave Foley and Jennifer Tilly manage …
reviewed Secretary (2002). May 04, 2003
SECRETARY has three things going for it.Maggie Gyllenhaal. Maggie Gyllenhaal. Maggie Gyllenhaal.First, Maggie Gyllenhaal's transformation from mental misfit into S&M master player is the stuff great performances …
reviewed A Patch of Blue (1965). March 17, 2003
An amazing Sidney Poitier makes the most of his role as Gordon, a gentle spirit who comes to the aid of Selina (played by Elizabeth Hartman), a young blind woman who spends her days sitting in the park …
reviewed The Piano Teacher (R-Rated Edition) (.... February 27, 2003
The boundaries of love and despair have possibly never been granted so desperate a stage as the slowly weakening lines on the ever-beautiful face of Isabelle Huppert in THE PIANO TEACHER.Erika (Huppert) …
reviewed The Limey (1999). February 27, 2003
Terence Stamp is Wilson, a 'limey' ex-convict drawn to the United States in search of the truth behind his daughter's (Jenny) death. He finishes his prison sentence only to learn the news that his daughter …
reviewed Sherlock Holmes - The Hound of the Ba.... January 27, 2003
Actor Jeremy Brett performs an outstanding Sherlock Holmes, though absent for a good portion of the tale, in the televised adaptation of THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES, arguably Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's …
reviewed Clear and Present Danger (1994). December 12, 2002
Is there anything that Harrison Ford can't do?Ford stars as Jack Ryan in a follow-up to the successful PATRIOT GAMES. This time out, he finds himself tightly wound into a plot involving the US's highest …
reviewed Big Daddy (1999). December 12, 2002
Somehow, Adam Sandler has racked up a series of hit movies. While this may not go down in history as one of the great movie mysteries, it's still mystifying how he manages to draw a crowd especially when …
reviewed The American President (1995). December 08, 2002
Michael Douglas plays a largely smug President (think "Bill Clinton") and Annette Benning plays his wiley, intellectually-equal sparing mate (think "Hilary Clinton") in life and love as a journalist assigned …
reviewed Another Stakeout (1993). December 07, 2002
ANOTHER STAKEOUT demonstrates the worst kind of Hollywood pandering: "Aw, come on! You liked the first one! Why not see the second?"Thank goodness no one's come up with the ideas ONE MORE STAKEOUT, STILL …
reviewed Alien 3 (1992). December 07, 2002
... the ALIEN 3 has been bashed for many years for being simply that; an inferior follow-up to two great first installments in the saga. Certainly, everyone can concede that it would be extraordinarily …
reviewed Bachelor Party (1984). November 29, 2002
Not quite as raunchy as a movie of this topic could've been, BACHELOR PARTY has equal parts 'raunch' and 'trash' as it does 'feel-good' laughs ... and that's largely due to the charm of its star, a young …
reviewed The Abyss (Special Edition) (1989). November 27, 2002
The Abyss (Special Edition) (1989)
Walking out of the theatre upon first viewing James Cameron's mini-epic, I remember thinking what a wretched payoff to such a sensation build-up. On subsequent viewings -- and with the help of some restored …
reviewed Above the Law (1988). November 27, 2002
Above the Law (1988)
Back in the days when Steven Seagal's career was launched by this little film, he was certainly more of a phenomenon to be reckoned with and much less of a personality to be tolerated. ABOVE THE LAW, …
reviewed About Last Night (1986). November 27, 2002
About Last Night (1986)
Arguably, ABOUT LAST NIGHT was not only one of the best date movies to come out of the 1980's but also it's simple story of boy-meets-girl in the modern age is one terrific romance. Rob Lowe (at the peak …
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