Jude Law

I © Huckabees

January 27, 2005 // 0 Comments

I had never heard of "I © Huckabees" and when the DVD arrived I just looked at it with growing curiosity. Soon I decided the film had to be quirky enough to warrant a closer look and so I checked it out in more detail. "I © [...]

A.I. – Artificial Intelligence

April 3, 2002 // 0 Comments

In a summer when filmgoers were beaten over the head with far too many senseless, overpriced, and over-hyped blockbusters (with seemingly every trailer leading off with the trite, "In a world where . . ."), one picture quietly yet effectively [...]

Enemy At The Gates

August 30, 2001 // 0 Comments

It seems inevitable that director Jean-Jacques Annaud’s large-scale WWII drama would be compared to "Saving Private Ryan." On the surface, "Enemy at the Gates" appears to mimic its predecessor yet, given a closer look, the latter [...]

The Talented Mr. Ripley

June 26, 2000 // 0 Comments

When I was young I have always been intrigued by murder mystery stories and I went through Agatha Christie and Edgar Wallace novels three books a week. Patricia Highsmith has also always been a well-respected writer in the genre and it is actually [...]


November 2, 1999 // 0 Comments

Saying that the films of David Cronenberg are weird is like saying that water is wet — it just doesn’t begin to describe the situation. Cronenberg has made a reputation by creating truly unique films that challenge the viewer — not only [...]
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