Supported by armchair psychology, a jazz soundtrack, and a healthy concern with sex and relationship anxiety, Spike Lee's film plays like a Woody Allen movie across the bridge.
The Face in the Puddle
'Run Like Crazy Run Like Hell' Is Outstanding -- Just Don't Call It a Graphic Novel
The Science of the Yuk and the Yum of Things
Brad Gooch's Memoir, 'Smash Cut', Is That of a Literary Connoisseur
A Cosmic Crescendo
Brown Bird: Axis Mundi
Braids: Deep in the Iris
"This flick is a superficial but eye-popping survey for armchair nature tourists.