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March 2, 1998
In Brief: "The Zero Effect" and "Sphere"
February 23, 1998
Grace Notes

In "Mrs. Dalloway," Vanessa Redgrave plays a woman of means whose internal voices are far more rebellious than a polished exterior suggests.

February 23, 1998
In Brief: The Gingerbread Man

Altman "has a real gift for conventional story-telling, and the result of its full exercise is something like unmitigated pleasure."

January 26, 1998
Life is a Dreamboat

Women can't resist the hungry young hero of "Live Flesh," Almodóvar's most enjoyable film since "Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown."

January 26, 1998
In Brief: "The Dress"
January 19, 1998
In brief: "Arguing the World"
January 19, 1998
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.

January 12, 1998
The Gospel Truth

When Hollywood showed no interest in a preacher who wasn't a demagogue, Robert Duvall said "Amen" -- and made a great film anyway.

January 12, 1998
In Brief: "Tomorrow Never Dies"
January 12, 1998
In Brief: "The Boxer"
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