Although the serial killer movie would seem to be on the wane, "Seven" wannabes continue to sneak up when least expected. Latest addition to the once hot trend is "The Spreading Ground," an initially…
Hong Kong feet and fists mix it up with gangsta artillery in "Romeo Must Die," a style-drenched, kick-butt, music-fueled, Kung hop actioner that assiduously devotes itself to devising the most…
Reviewed at Hollywood Black Film Festival, Feb. 27, 2000. Running time: 102 MIN.
Review: ‘The Operator: David Geffen Builds, Buys and Sells the New Hollywood – Poison Pen Sketches Geffen Rise to the Top’
Four decades and two billion dollars later, Geffen is one of the richest tycoons ever to come out of show business. For Tom King, that deft act of deception in the WMA mailroom is a definitive mark…
A considerable improvement on most of the Long Wharf Theater's new plays this season, Anthony Giardina's "Black Forest" emerges as an honest, intelligent attempt at revisiting the oft-plowed field of…
Reviewed at Hollywood Black Film Festival, Feb. 28, 2000. Running time: 90 MIN.
Produced by Jean-Philippe Reza.
The Operator" is a mostly slick, intelligent psychological thriller/modern morality tale flawed by occasional lapses of subtlety and a central performance that veers just to the wrong side of…
William Wharton's psychosocial novel "Birdy," published in 1979, gives Naomi Wallace a checklist of titillating elements in theatrical vogue in recent years: nudity, homosexuality, racism and crude…
Although its opening was presumably timed to coincide with St. Patrick's Day, at this point in its astonishing career "Riverdance" is really about as Irish as , well, Tsidii Le Loka, the erstwhile…
Produced by Paulo Branco.
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