- 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.
- January 15, 2001 | Movie Review
- Lady Stuck
The Portrait of a Lady
- March 16, 1998 | Movie Review
- Humbert's Gift
Funny and sharply observed, "Love and Death on Long Island" is "Lolita"-like in describing the inexorable pull of illicit obsession.
- 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.
- March 9, 1998 | Movie Review
- Mr. Holland's Other Opus
Director Todd Holland's "Krippendorf's Tribe" lampoons academics, makes a fool of Richard Dreyfuss, and revels in a burlesque sensibility.
- January 19, 1998 | Movie Review
- Apocalypse, Nu?
To divert attention from a presidential scandal, two spinmeisters create a fake war in "Wag the Dog," a crass satire that nevertheless gets the details right.
- April 13, 1998 | Movie Review
- Speaking in Tongues
Mamet's clipped chatter captures the con artists' terrain of "The Spanish Prisoner"; the Irish accents of the brilliant "Butcher Boy" nearly foil comprehension.
- June 8, 1998 | Movie Review
- In Brief: "Under the Skin"
- May 4, 1998 | Movie Review
- In Brief: "Two Girls and a Guy"
- July 20, 1998 | Movie Review
- In Brief: "Buffalo '66"