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David Denby

January 15, 2001 | Movie Review
Lady Stuck

The Portrait of a Lady

October 19, 1998 | Movie Review
Creepiness

In the brilliant, disturbing 'Happiness,' Todd Solondz gets in close to his characters, only to find misery in search of company, cruelty disdainful of absolution.

October 12, 1998 | Movie Review
In Brief: "Lolita"

Adrian Lyne's sober "Lolita" misses Nabokov's joke.

October 12, 1998 | Movie Review
Ants in Their Pants

In "Antz," Woody Allen again snares a young beauty -- Sharon Stone -- but this time she's an insect and so is he.

October 5, 1998 | Movie Review
In Brief:
"A Soldier's Daughter Never Cries" and "Rush Hour"
October 5, 1998 | Movie Review
Ronin the Barbarian

He and his pals chase cars, send kiwis and rutabagas flying, wallow in blood, and generally wreak havoc. What Ronin & Co. don't do is make a whole lot of sense.

September 28, 1998 | Movie Review
The Runaround

"Without Limits" is a finely made, powerfully moral tale of a long-distance runner, but it's also a little boring.

August 24, 1998 | Art Review
Lust Life

Nicholas Barker's disturbingly intimate "Unmade Beds" looks and listens intently as four singles search for love in New York City -- and, naturally, come up short.

August 17, 1998 | Movie Review
Long Shot

Nothing else in "Snake Eyes"' matches the exquisite thrill of Brian De Palma's opening sequence, a sustained prologue reminiscent of Altman and Welles.

August 3, 1998 | Movie Review
Quite Contrary

"There's Something About Mary" wraps a romantic comedy in frat-house humor.

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