Thursday, January 7 2010
Mazur checks out the year's best female acting and offers up a mostly alternative opinion to the boring Oscar-begging consensus picks including some you might not have heard about, yet.
Saturday, April 25 2009
Thursday, May 17 2007
What could have been a magnificent comment on this patriotic pastime unfortunately turns in to an emotionally manipulative barrage of iconic imagery.
Friday, September 1 2006
A woefully timid, allegedly paranoid, political thriller short on thrills, shorter on paranoia, and shortest on politics.
The Sentinel thus sets up a conflict between two exceptionally earnest masculine icons -- Kiefer Sutherland and Michael DOuglas -- all furrowed brows and low-talking intensity.
Friday, April 21 2006
I suppose if you're going to cast the deliriously overexposed Eva Longoria -- and give her a weapon, to boot -- you might as well make fun of the fact that you've done so.
Friday, September 10 2004
Cellular is so corny it's even behind its own time.
Thursday, July 15 2004
Mimi Rogers plays a John Irving trademark, the self-hating and much humiliated woman as wholly irritating 'comic' device.
Monday, November 17 2003
The doodles are all bulbous heads, puckered lips and low-slung Cro-Magnon shoulders.
Thursday, May 15 2003
It's a tribute to Pacino's skill as an actor that, although we pity Eli, we also understand his fatigue.