Daily Archives: April 4, 1997

Chasing Amy - * * * 1/2*

Kevin Smith finds redemption after his mainstream misfire Mallrats, and creates a finely crafted romantic comedy about a guy falling in love with a lesbian. Holden McNeil (Ben Affleck) and Banky Edwards (Jason Lee) are best friends and the creators … Continue reading

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That Old Feeling - *

That Old Feeling is a one note comedy without a good note. When Molly (Paula Marshall) is getting married to a young politician, her wedding is the cause to reunite her divorced parents, actress Lily (Bette Midler) and author Dan … Continue reading

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The Saint - 1/2*

It’s simply stunning how shockingly bad a movie is The Saint. Val Kilmer gives the title role a good effort, and co-star Elisabeth Shue is appealing, so why is the film so amazingly awful? The answer: one of the most … Continue reading

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Inventing the Abbotts - * *

Bland and flat, Inventing the Abbotts portrays small town life in the 1950s, but works better as a gallery for its young stars. The film focuses on two families in small town Haley, Illinois. The Abbotts are among the town’s … Continue reading

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Double Team - 1/2*

Dennis Rodman may be an intriguing personality on the basketball court, but his initial foray into the movies proves he should stay out. Double Team is a fairly standard Jean-Claude Van Damme action flick. As with Hard Target and Maximum … Continue reading

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