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Backstage dramedy blows a kiss to Chekhov with its plot about a fading TV star overcome with nostalgia when she returns to her hometown to play Madame Ranevskaya in "The Cherry Orchard."
If dire expectations are generated by a throwaway early-January release of an upscale historical epic, there is a mild surprise in store with "Tristan & Isolde." This understated period drama may…
Mildly amusing and visually up to Pixar's usual high standards in computer animation, "Monsters, Inc." streaks to the height of its trajectory right out of the box and gradually loses altitude the…
Limbo is an excellent melodrama about three wives whose husbands are missing or imprisoned in Vietnam. An outstanding script, terrific performances by a cast of relatively new players, and Robson's…
Joan Crawford, whose previous western was Montana Moon in 1930, has another try at the wide open spaces with Johnny Guitar. Like Moon, it proves the actress should leave saddles and levis to someone…
This is a vast saga [by Harry Brown] of a marine platoon whose history is traced from its early combat training through its storming of Iwo Jima's beaches to the historic flag-raising episode atop…
There are no Freudian angles cluttering up The Web's melodrama. Picture presents a crook who kills because he wants money and power and not because of some psycho-quirk springing from a past incident.