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Kevin Spacey Hits One Out Of This World

Jeff Bridges has already explored the comical worlds of the insane. (Rent The Fisher King). Kevin Spacey has already taught

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Animation Evolves in Linklater's Waking Life

It’s been a long trip since Snow White. Released in 1937, Walt Disney’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was

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Second Takes: Dispelling the Fairy Tale

Over the weekend, I encountered the good, the bad and the bizarre in regards to relationships. The Good: Saturday night,

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Redford's Last Stand

Films like The Last Castle are especially disappointing because almost all of the elements for a good film are present:

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Girls Just Want to Have Fun

Generally, when a Hollywood studio feels excited or even lukewarm about an upcoming release, they give the film a screening

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An Inferno Without the Flames

The Hughes brothers, most famous for their gritty and groundbreaking debut street drama Menace II Society, have returned from a

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A Theater for the Ages

The Brattle Theatre, one of Harvard’s most cherished gems, recently underwent a fine polish. According to co-owners Ned Hinkle and

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Secret Agent Man: Uncorked

Touchstone’s advertising campaign for Chris Kattan’s newest movie poses the question, “Who is Corky Romano?” And though I hate to

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Second Takes

Waxing Nostalgic When I first came to Harvard, I found myself homesick for something I never thought I would miss:

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Crossing the Line

Urban crime and the line-crossing police officers who control it have always been a hot topic. The issue is visited

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The Truth About L.I.E.

Films about suburbia typically caricature the bare, brittle conformity of lawn and lane; Michael Cuesta, director of indie fave L.I.E.,

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Being John Cusack

“I love John Cusack!” exclaims everybody I know. And hey, who can really argue? Cusack’s on quite a roll right

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So Happy Together

By the mid-1970s, the American hippie movement had begun its transition from idealistic innocence to disco-influenced apathy. Not so in

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Life with a Starlet

Waiting on a conference call with several other journalists, I could hear shuffling papers over the line but nobody was

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Joyride Runs on Fumes

Following a decade of poorly executed slasher flick franchises, the recent Scream trilogy managed to restore an interest in the

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