Daily Archives: February 21, 1997

Lost Highway - *

David Lynch has managed to create a film full of invigorating visuals, a stimulating soundtrack, intriguing ideas that ends up being rather pointless and boring. The film opens on the dreary lives of a couple: saxophonist Fred Madison (Bill Pullman), … Continue reading

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Blood and Wine - * *

Blood and Wine is a murky attempt at film noir that has a couple of good twists, but overall it wastes its talent. Jack Nicholson stars as Alex Gates a Miami wine merchant who plots with an old friend, Victor … Continue reading

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Rosewood - * * *

Director John Singleton delivers a powerful, but overdone, depiction of a true life tragedy in Rosewood. The town of Rosewood, Florida, is a nearly all-black town in the 1920s. A drifter (Ving Rhames) wanders in one day, and is immediately … Continue reading

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The Empire Strikes Back: Special Edition - * * * *

The best of the three Star Wars films benefits from its Special Edition enhancements. This review will primarily cover the updates to the film, and assumes a general knowledge. If you haven’t seen the film yet, get away from the … Continue reading

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