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Friday, June 6 2008

Kung Fu Panda

Big and bouncy, Kung Fu Panda is another powerhouse Family Entertainment that means to pummel its young viewers into adulation.


Monday, April 28 2008

The Return of the Popcorn Circus: June 2008

If May almost tent-poled itself out of existence, June will be even worse. After all, are audiences really ready for 13 major release in less than two months -- with more to come?


Tuesday, January 15 2008

Cashmere Mafia

With the premiere of Cashmere Mafia last week, ABC added another title to its catalogue of "up-market series," showcasing the absurd antics of the rich and privileged.


Friday, January 5 2007

Codename: The Cleaner (2007)

Ostensibly, Codename tells the story of a man who finds himself.


Monday, December 4 2006

3 Needles (2005)

3 Needles' point is well taken, even if its melodrama is underwhelming.


Friday, April 7 2006

Lucky Number Slevin (2005)

Despite the title of the movie he lives in, Slevin (Josh Hartnett) is only partly lucky.


Tuesday, March 28 2006

Domino: New Line Platinum Series (2005)

Domino maps mythology, not as a means to heroic or sympathetic characters, and certainly not to narrative resolution.


Friday, October 14 2005

Domino (2005)

Imagine Mallory Knox as her own reality tv show star, less inclined to take up with the absolutely wrong man, and able to handle her mascara like a pro.


Cypher (2002) (Reviews) [13.Sep.05]
Kill Bill Vol. 1 (2003) (Reviews) [9.Oct.03]
Charlie’s Angels (2000) (Reviews) [9.Jun.03]
Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever (2002) (Reviews) [19.Sep.02]
Ally McBeal (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
Shanghai Noon (2000) (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
Play it To The Bone (2000) (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
Charlie’s Angels (2000) (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
Charlie’s Angels (2000) (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
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