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Deconstructing Harry - * 1/2*

Sex, guns, drugs, murder, dead bodies in cars, hookers, a non-linear storyline, lots of jump-cuts, pop cultural references and profanity. Sounds like a recent release from the latest Tarantino-wannabe, right? So what’s all this doing in a Woody Allen movie? … Continue reading

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G.I. Jane - * * 1/2*

The “boot camp” film has a long and honorable tradition. Someone is put through incredible duress for a long period of time, and emerges a well-forged soldier. G.I. Jane is the latest film to offer its take. Although it is … Continue reading

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Striptease - * 1/2*

This incomplete stripper comedy doesn’t have the goods. Demi Moore is Erin Grant, a single mother who is forced to work as a stripper in order to pay court costs to get custody of her young daughter away from her … Continue reading

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The Hunchback of Notre Dame - * * * *

Highly entertaining and inventive animated adaptation of Victor Hugo’s classic novel. Tom Hulce provides the voice for Quasimodo, the title character. As a babe, his gypsy mother is slain by the evil Judge Frollo (Tony Jay), but the archdeacon (David … Continue reading

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The Juror - * 1/2*

Meandering hodgepodge of a courtroom/mafia thriller that makes you long for the shortness and efficiency of real jury duty. Demi Moore stars as Annie Laird, a single mother and part time tactile sculptor, who decides to serve on the jury … Continue reading

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The Scarlet Letter - *

Pitiful loose interpretation of the Nathaniel Hawthorne novel of adultery and its implications. Demi Moore portrays Hester Prynne. The movie opens as she arrives in the New World to purchase a house and prepare for her husband’s arrival. She meets … Continue reading

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