Glenn Close

Tarzan

September 3, 2014 // 0 Comments

It is hard to believe it’s already been fifteen years since the release of Disney’s “Tarzan,” but I remember very vividly that the movie was setting a new milestone for the use of computer-generated imagery in Disney’s animated movies.Now, the [...]

The Stepford Wives

November 2, 2004 // 0 Comments

I have to admit that I’ve never been a big fan of the original "Stepford Wives" from 1975. I always found the film a tad too dry and unexciting for its own good. However, under the direction of Frank Oz, whose body of work I greatly admire and [...]

Fatal Attraction

April 25, 2002 // 0 Comments

Adrian Lyne’s jarring thriller "Fatal Attraction" has been one of the most stirring movie experiences of 1987, that seemed to come out of nowhere, really, and made an enormous impact on the movie-going audience. Quickly it became a cornerstone [...]

The Natural

April 5, 2001 // 0 Comments

A few quick notes before we proceed. I am not that fond of Robert Redford, Barry Levinson, or watching baseball. Having said all of that, whenever I watch ’The Natural’, I’m newly amazed at how much I admire the film. The film is a shining example [...]

Jagged Edge

May 5, 2000 // 0 Comments

What starts out like a very atmospheric thriller, quickly turns out as a court room drama that revolves around a contrived murder case. A woman is slaughtered in her beach house and her shattered husband hires a lawyer to unravel the mysteries of the [...]

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