- November 29, 1998 | Movie Review
- "Liberty Heights,""Sleepy Hollow," and "The World Is Not Enough"
- February 24, 2003 | Movie Review
- Law and Disorder
In Dark Blue, Kurt Russell plays Eldon Perry, a street-smart cop who must confront his own capacity for corruption while working for a rogue unit of the LAPD.
- October 18, 1999 | Movie Review
- Pilot Error
Cool Kristin Scott Thomas and hot Harrison Ford may look like a case of opposites sparking, but "Random Hearts" seems determined to prove otherwise.
- July 12, 2004 | Movie Review
- Everyday Superpeople
A tentacled evildoer! A devastated city! A lovelorn wall-crawler! Yes, it’s Spider-Man 2, here to let us know: Even superheroes get the blues.
- October 4, 2004 | Movie Review
David O. Russell’s star-studded comedy about “existential detectives” is strictly for the McSweeney’s set. Plus: In Going Upriver, a polite Kerry.
- July 10, 2000 | Movie Review
- "The Perfect Storm"
- February 10, 2003 | Movie Review
- Masterpiece Theater
Filmmakers Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe followed iconoclastic director Terry Gilliam to Spain hoping to capture the making of a classic. What they got was so much better.
- October 18, 2004 | Movie Review
- Tea and Sympathy
And abortions. That’s what Vera Drake offers working-class girls in distress, in Mike Leigh’s realist portrait of postwar London.
- October 21, 2002 | Movie Review
- Candid Camera
Bob Crane was many things -- small-screen star, sex junkie, autoerotic auteur, murder victim -- but in Auto Focus, he serves mainly to advance director Paul Schrader's moral lesson.
- October 9, 2000 | Movie Review