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Salon.com
January 8, 2003
Stephanie Zacharek
"Two Weeks Notice" Even with a tired tycoon character and a lame script, Hugh Grant's wit and charm almost save this hit romantic comedy. But not quite. mark for My Articles 25 similar articles
Salon.com
January 8, 2003
Charles Taylor
"A Third Face" by Samuel Fuller Director Sam Fuller killed a few men, got hassled by the NAACP and J. Edgar Hoover, and made violent, vulgar, glorious movies that always went straight for the gonads. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
Salon.com
January 7, 2003
Charles Taylor
National critics pick "The Pianist" In a bewildering year that offers no clear Oscar favorites, the National Society of Film Critics spurns Scorsese, Nicole and orchids in favor of Roman Polanski's Holocaust drama. mark for My Articles 51 similar articles
Reason
January 2003
Brian Doherty
Tears of a Clown Michael Moore and the impotence of leftist politics mark for My Articles 60 similar articles
Salon.com
December 25, 2002
Charles Taylor
"Catch Me If You Can" Leonardo DiCaprio looks great in those '60s threads, but Steven Spielberg's story of a legendary hustler is sadly short on period zip, zowie and va-va-voom. mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
Salon.com
December 20, 2002
Stephanie Zacharek
"Gangs of New York" "Gunsmoke" meets "Planet of the Apes" in Martin Scorsese's overlarge, overcooked epic of 19th century Manhattan. You should see it anyway. mark for My Articles 16 similar articles
Salon.com
December 20, 2002
Jeff Stark
"Narc" This solid genre flick plays '70s-style cops and robbers in Motown, with few survivors and fewer surprises. mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
Salon.com
December 20, 2002
Stephanie Zacharek
"Morvern Callar" Samantha Morton rules the screen in Lynne Ramsay's strange and powerful tale of a young Scottish woman dealing (or not dealing) with her boyfriend's Christmas suicide. mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
Salon.com
December 20, 2002
Jeff Stark
"25th Hour" Of course Spike Lee has the right to transcend movies about race. He also has the talent to do better than this plodding moral fable about a prison-bound Edward Norton. mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
Salon.com
December 14, 2002
Andrew O'Hehir
The last temptation of Martin Scorsese America's greatest living filmmaker on his 30-year quest to make "Gangs of New York," how he lost an Oscar to Kevin Costner and why he doesn't watch "The Sopranos." mark for My Articles 46 similar articles
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