Thursday, February 28 2002
'40 Days and 40 Nights' is a love story, yes, about a boy and his penis.
Thursday, February 21 2002
In 'Queen of the Damned', there's something more than a little obvious about the vampire Lestat as goth rock superstar.
Belief is a big deal in 'Dragonfly', the latest entry in 2002's February Film Dump Sweepstakes.
Thursday, February 14 2002
Peter Pan is queer. We're all clear on that, right?"
After 'Collateral Damage', you might imagine that most every aggrieved father cliché has been unturned. But no. Here comes 'John Q'.
Predictably, Hart's war ends up being his education, his route to noble manhood.
Unlike the audiences at most movie previews, these folks at 'Crossroads' were amped.
Thursday, February 7 2002
As Schwarzenegger described the whole shebang to the guys on 'Fox NFL Sunday', 'There's some serious butt-kicking going on.'"
Thursday, January 31 2002
Some movies just don't need to be made. And some movies work extra hard to educe comments just like that one, making the extra effort to gross you out, to annoy, alarm, or titillate you.
. . . a mildly enjoyable film, offering some giggles and even a few shocking revelations.
Thursday, January 24 2002
It's not so often that you see an anime as deliberately unsexy as Rintaro's 'Metropolis'.
As John (Richard Gere) begins to question his own journalistic rigor and even his sanity, a number of inconsistencies in the stories of the mothman crop up.
It's exceedingly good to see Luis Guzmán looking so vibrantly out of place in Kevin Reynolds' 'The Count of Monte Cristo'.
Thursday, January 17 2002
In 'Snow Dogs', Cuba Gooding, Jr. is all giggles and slapstick. I lost count of the number of times he slipped on the ice or fell in the snow.
Wednesday, January 16 2002
Thursday, January 10 2002
'What Time Is It There?' presents what may be Tsai's most pronounced rendering of the impossibility of sexual intimacy and connection.