Publications

Thirteenth Floor, The

James Bowman

The same trick which made Open Your Eyes a rather clever movie is also tried, in a somewhat cruder form,…

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Twice Upon a Yesterday

James Bowman

Twice Upon a Yesterday, whose British title was The Man With Rain in His Shoes, was directed by Maria Ripoll…

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Man With Rain in His Shoes, The

James Bowman

Twice Upon a Yesterday, whose British title was The Man With Rain in His Shoes, was directed by Maria Ripoll…

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Winslow Boy, The

James Bowman

David Mamet’s remake of The Winslow Boy — which was first adapted for the screen from Terence Rattigan’s play by…

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Among Giants

James Bowman

You sure can tell that Among Giants was written by Simon Beaufoy (it was directed by Sam Miller), last heard…

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The Castle

James Bowman

Readers will divide in their reactions to the very funny Australian film, The Castle, directed by Rob Sitch according as…

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Cookie’s Fortune

James Bowman

Robert Altman’s new picture, Cookie’s Fortune, is like all his films in having in it a lot of good things…

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Dreamlife of Angels, The (La Vie Rêvée des Anges)

James Bowman

The Dreamlife of Angels (in French La Vie Revée des Anges) by Érick Zonca is by far the best picture…

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Vie Rêvée des Anges, La (The Dreamlife of Angels)

James Bowman

The Dreamlife of Angels (in French La Vie Revée des Anges) by Érick Zonca is by far the best picture…

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eXistenZ

James Bowman

The latest from David Cronenberg, eXistenZ, has a certain unexpected wit to it. Set in an unspecified future, it tells…

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Go

James Bowman

The good news about Go, written by John August and directed by Douglas Liman (Swingers) is that it is the…

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Goodbye Lover

James Bowman

Goodbye Lover, directed by Roland Joffé, is yet another inadequate attempt by Hollywood to recapture the look and feel, if…

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