America, America

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Bats

Click the poster to buy at MovieGoods.com In Bats, hundreds of the mutant creatures, bred by the U.S. government to eat human flesh, circle a street, swooping and diving to pick off stray pedestrians. One of  ...

Bicentennial Man

Click the poster to buy at MovieGoods.com Bicentennial Man started as an Isaac Asimov short story - and a pretty good one, in the Asimov genre. Then it got recycled, blown up and spat out  ...

Boiler Room

Suggested reading: The Boiler Room and Other Telephone Sales Scams (1998), Robert Joseph Stevenson It's often said that there are only seven (five, twelve – take your pick) stories in the world, the rest  ...

Buena Vista Social Club

The Cinema of Wim Wenders: Image, Narrative, and the Postmodern Condition (1997), Roger F. Cook (Editor) Buena Vista Social Club For voice, piano and guitar chords. From the motion picture  ...

Dark City

Dark City has been compared to Blade Runner, a 1982 sci fi wonder from Ridley Scott that starred Harrison Ford. Would that Dark City were half as good. The best sci fi or horror films - the  ...

Dinosaur

... home | art & architecture | books & cds | dance | destinations | film | opera | television | theater | archives The opening scenes of Dinosaur are an astounding technical  ...

Driven

Driven is not so much a film as a two-hour video game, minus audience participation. Spectacular car crashes and special effects surround two-dimensional characters and a story so cliched and false that one never gets involved beyond waiting  ...

Fight Club

David Fincher’s Fight Club (from a novel by Chuck Palahniuk) is about a special kind of male anger. It’s the anger of single guys, night-owl guys, guys who work and fret and have nothing to show for it, guys  ...

Harlow: The Blonde Bombshell

Harlean Carpenter, later christened and groomed for stardom as "Jean Harlow", wasn't the silver screen's first goddess of wanton carnal desire, nor would she be the last. Even sixty-plus years after her career was cut short and the curtains  ...