Call for Music Writers... Rock, Indie, Urban, Electronic, Americana, Metal, World and More

Reviews > Film

Thursday, April 25 2002

Murderous Maids (2002)

Murderous Maids proffers all the pieces to the case and yet never reveals a pattern.


Life or Something Like It (2002)

Most regrettably, Lanie's not a crazy chick at all.


Les Destinées (2000)

As its title suggests, the pall of inevitability hangs over Les Destinées.


Jason X (2002)

Jason X merely proceeds from one bloody splatter shot to the next.


The Cat’s Meow (2002)

'The Cat's Meow' insists, you can't go back to the good old days, because they were never so good as you think they were.


Thursday, April 18 2002

Time Out (2001)

A surpassingly rich and urgent movie about the way we live now.


The Survivors (2002)

It's not as though 'The Survivors' takes its survivalists seriously.


Nine Queens (2000)

Nine Queens' class analysis is acute, and narrowly focused on defining the characters.


Murder by Numbers (2002)

'Murder by Numbers' isn't about solving the case; it's about solving Cassie (Sandra Bullock).


The Last Waltz (2002)

The Last Waltz still spirits a tingle up the spine.


Thursday, April 11 2002

The Sweetest Thing (2002)

The Sweetest Thing targets moviegoers who seek out the familiar and formulaic.


Pauline and Paulette (2002)

It's not every day that you see an older adult with mental disabilities as the star in an internationally distributed film.


Promises (2002)

When the children speak for themselves, 'Promises' is very powerful.


National Lampoon’s Van Wilder (2002)

National Lampoon's Van Wilder [is] the latest version of Maxim, the Movie.


Grey Gardens / Salesman - PopMatters Film Review )

What makes the Maysles' work special lies in how they manage, by focusing so intently on their subjects, to elicit a body of information that the audience is compelled to examine for its possible meaning.


Frailty (2002)

Moody, perverse, and full to busting with metaphorical cautions.


Changing Lanes (2002)

PULL.


Thursday, April 4 2002

The Piano Teacher (2001)

Haneke's films challenge not only media violence, but also unsuccessful satires of media violence, like Oliver Stone's indulgent, bloodily hedonistic 'Natural Born Killers'.


No Such Thing (2002)

Arid and hermetic, it's the first misstep in Hartley's intriguing and varied career.


High Crimes (2002)

'High Crimes' is a movie starring Ashley Judd whom someone has determined is the ideal Flinty Woman in Danger.


Now on PopMatters
Announcements
PM Picks

© 1999-2014 PopMatters.com. All rights reserved.
PopMatters.com™ and PopMatters™ are trademarks
of PopMatters Media, Inc.

PopMatters is wholly independently owned and operated.