Tuesday, May 14 2002
Monday, May 13 2002
Though definitely Southern in tone, 'You Know Better' delves into core problems currently plaguing the African-American community across the country. Never mind that Mulberry is a small-town; the issues addressed are rampant from New York to Chicago to Los Angeles.
Correa's 'Spy's Fate' is a must for any spy novel enthusiast. Beyond this, the book is an important political statement, and being written in a Cuban voice, it is an amazing one.
Harvey wishes to illustrate how by appealing to and then upsetting the kinds of emotional allegiance audiences give to established cinematic conventions, a more complex and compelling kind of affection emerges, one drawn by oddity and extremity and not the tried and true.
Fox's book is not just another Hollywood cry for attention hidden in the form of an autobiography. Though he may be known primarily for his work as actor, movies and movie making are not why Fox put pen to paper.
The book transcends the basic coming-out narrative by entering into a near fantasy world in which Newell never has to confront society.
Thursday, May 9 2002
Unfaithful examines the trouble men get into when women behave too passionately.
What the heck is Jermaine Dupre doing here?"
Each event in the girls' lives is presented with a cool, matter-of-fact openness rarely encountered in contemporary American cinema.
There comes a point in 'Enigma' where Jeremy Northam shows up and you feel grateful.
Big Bad Love underlines Barlow's concerns about what it means to be a man.
Wednesday, May 8 2002