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Typical Cage-iness: "Gone in 60 Seconds" PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Mike Schulz   
Wednesday, 14 June 2000 06:00

Robert Duvall and Nicolas Cage in Gone in 60 SecondsGONE IN 60 SECONDS

 

When, exactly, did Nicolas Cage sell his soul to Jerry Bruckheimer? And is it at all possible for him to get it back?

 
Goofs: "Big Momma's House," "Shanghai Noon," and "Road Trip" PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Mike Schulz   
Wednesday, 07 June 2000 06:00

Martin Lawrence in Big Momma's HouseBIG MOMMA'S HOUSE, SHANGHAI NOON, and ROAD TRIP

 

First, the good news: the new Martin Lawrence comedy, Big Momma's House, is nowhere near as terrible as Mrs. Doubtfire, his last film to put its comic star is prosthetic drag for most of its length. The bad news, as you might have expected, is that the movie still isn't very good.

 
M: I-2 Is Parody Played Straight: "Mission: Impossible 2" PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Mike Schulz   
Wednesday, 31 May 2000 06:00

Tom Cruise in Mission: Impossible 2Mission: Impossible 2, the sequel to Brian De Palma's 1996 crime-caper flick, has a major advantage over its predecessor – you're actually able to follow the plot. For the most part.

 
Small-Time Winners and a Mighty Mistake: "Small Time Crooks," "Center Stage," and "Dinosaur" PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Mike Schulz   
Wednesday, 24 May 2000 06:00

Woody Allen and Elaine May in Small Time CrooksSMALL TIME CROOKS

Woody Allen's latest offering is such a light and enjoyable work that it's bound to be underrated, to be seen as a throwback to the “early, funny” movies that Woody fans hold such a fondness for. And yes, it has some of the go-for-broke spirit that energized movies like Sleeper and Bananas, and some of the same slapstick silliness, too.

 
Maximus Overdrive: "Gladiator" PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Mike Schulz   
Wednesday, 10 May 2000 06:00

Russell Crowe in GladiatorGLADIATOR

Ridley Scott's Gladiator, a surprisingly pungent and entertaining historical epic, displays, among other things, the pleasures of a great audience-grabbing pot (based loosely on actual events).

 
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