Tag Archives: Marisa Tomei

The Slums of Beverly Hills - * * *

The nostalgia wave for the 1970s rolls on, this time in the guise of a coming of age comedy entitled The Slums of Beverly Hills. The Slums of Beverly Hills follows the path of a destitute family of transients who … Continue reading

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Welcome to Sarajevo - * * *

And the first War in Bosnia film makes it through the gates! Michael Winterbottom directs this messagey but good look at the troublesome conflict in Sarajevo, based on Michael Nicholson’s book. Welcome to Sarajevo follows several journalists in the war … Continue reading

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The Perez Family - * * * 1/2*

Wonderful comedy about a Cuban woman determined to imigrate to America, and the Cuban ex-political prisoner who is caught in her wake. Watch out for Marisa Tomei’s accent, though.

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