Erin Brockovich

Erin Brockovich is a movie with two personalities, one that’s breezy and winning, and one that’s maddeningly preachy. It’s almost a shock when the pushy side wins out in the end – the early part of the movie  ...

Frenzy

By the time Frenzy was released in 1972, Alfred Hitchcock was in something of a slump. While Marnie had its admirers, most found it a slipshod exercise in psychobabble. Topaz and Torn Curtain were both drab, anemic espionage thrillers,  ...

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Blue Lotus of the Nile Nymphaea caerulea, also known as Blue Lily Organically grown and processed Pure dried flowers and nothing else Makes a great smoke. Shamanshop.net Director Doug  ...

The Green Mile

The Green Mile is a lot like Tom Hanks' portrait on its advertising poster – earnest, but glazed and bloated. Writer/director Frank Darabont follows his first feature effort, The Shawshank Redemption, with a film that shamelessly takes several big  ...

Human Traffic

Four adolescents in Cardiff, Wales, spend a weekend getting loaded and then coming back to reality – that’s the basic story of Human Traffic, the debut feature from writer-director Justin Kerrigan. What makes these kids interesting is that they  ...

Men of Honor

Click the poster to buy at Movie Goods.com The most dreaded words that can be heard during a movie trailer are "based on a true story" or "inspired by actual events." Such  ...

Proof of Life

It's the rare film that manages to tackle more than one genre and succeed – a "comedy-drama" is usually neither. Proof of Life is an exception – it's equal parts suspense thriller, unrequited love story, case study of what  ...

This is My Father

"'Twas the Spring of 1939..." begins the tale of Kieran Johnson's (James Caan) search for his roots in the green, green fields of Ireland. With an opening like that you will not be surprised to find that heartbreak is  ...

Twin Falls Idaho

Suggested reading: Twins And What They Tell Us About Who We Are (1997), Lawrence Wright Dancing Naked In Front of the Fridge And Other Lessons from Twins (1999), Nancy J. Sipes, Phd.  ...