Review: GANGS OF NEW YORK

December 20, 2002

The Civil War was one of the bloodiest times in American history, but one of its most devastating battles was fought not in the plantation field’s of the south but in the streets of New [click for more]

Review: STAR TREK – NEMESIS

December 14, 2002

If one gets the overwhelming feeling of déjà vu while watching Star Trek Nemesis it’s understandable, as the 10th installment in the long running television series-cum-film franchise liberally steals story elements from previous entries but [click for more]

Review: MAID IN MANHATTAN

December 14, 2002

It’s hard to escape the irony that the release of the new Jennifer Lopez film, Maid In Manhattan in which she plays a New York City hotel maid who finds true love would coincide with [click for more]

Review: EIGHT CRAZY NIGHTS

November 28, 2002

For years, Christmas themed holiday movies have far out-numbered Chanukah themed ones. Although Adam Sandler’s new animated comedy Eight Crazy Nights is set during the Jewish Festival of Lights, it’s certainly not going to help [click for more]

Review: DIE ANOTHER DAY

November 22, 2002

This past summer, the Vin Diesel action picture XXX tried to position itself as the spy movie for the new millennium by symbolically killing off a very James Bond-ian British secret agent in the film’s [click for more]

Review: BOWLING FOR COLUMBINE

November 15, 2002

Bowling For Columbine is a film that going to infuriate some and validate others. But that’s what documentarian Michael Moore is best at- exploring hot topics that may not have easy answers. This is Moore’s [click for more]

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