The spectacle of Kenneth Branagh and Judy Davis doing over-the-top Woody Allen impersonations creates a neurotic energy meltdown in "Celebrity," a once-over-lightly rehash of mostly stale Allen…
A creepy, well-acted story of contagious evil, "Apt Pupil" has more than enough chilling dramatic scenes to rivet the attention but suffers from some hokey contrivances and underlying insufficiencies…
Cleverly juggling the elements and encounters of a simple thriller scenario by using multiple viewpoints and a domino effect to create different destinies, "Run Lola Run" is a breathless race against…
Brimming with royal intrigue, court conspiracies, sex, violence, treachery, bloodshed and even a touch of cross-dressing, "Elizabeth" is superior historical soap opera that shrewdly sidesteps all the…
"Rounders" wins a few hands but doesn't walk off with the whole pot. Intermittently engaging but dramatically slack, this tale of a law student's discovery of his true calling as a world-class poker…
As sensitively written, fluidly directed and expertly acted as it is, and as elemental as its dramatic conflicts may be, "One True Thing" has trouble breaking free of its limitations as a…
The last blast of the summer is an exuberantly cheesy action opus featuring Jean-Claude Van Damme and Rob Schneider as an improbable pair of gung-ho heroes.
"Dancing at Lughnasa" reps a conventionally elegiac screen adaptation of Brian Friel's outstanding play about the turning point in the lives of five Irish sisters.
White's phenomenal voice takes the starring role here: The chance to hear a singer of her warmth, power and versatility wrap her chords around "What a Difference a Day Makes," "This Bitter Earth" and…
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