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When good actors go bad By Stephanie Zacharek
Robin Williams is a comic genius. So why has he become unbearable?
(09/03/99)

The savage id By Michael Sragow
Camille Paglia talks about why Hitchcock has more to do with Madonna than he does with pomo theorists.
(08/13/99)

Master of imperfection By Steve Burgess
Hitchcock may have been a master of many things, but his goofy endings were like a dead cockroach found at the bottom of a near-perfect cinematic sundae.
(08/13/99)

Movie mad By Charles Taylor
The "The Blair Witch Project" directors wanted to create a film that was "100 percent real." Why did they bother making a movie?
(07/14/99)

Shit-eating grins By Stephanie Zacharek
In defense of Adam Sandler, "South Park" and the proud tradition of poop humor.
(07/12/99)

"Star Wars" despots vs. "Star Trek" populists By David Brin
Why is George Lucas peddling an elitist, anti-democratic agenda under the guise of escapist fun?
(06/15/99)

What's wrong (and right) with "The Phantom Menace" By David Brin
A science-fiction author scours the new "Star Wars" film for signs of intelligent life.
(06/15/99)

Star What? By Toby Young
10 reasons not to see "The Phantom Menace."
(05/14/99)

Queen of the cross-dressers By Stephanie Zacharek
From the dignified decadence of "Shakespeare in Love" to the gender-bending of "Velvet Goldmine" and "Orlando," Oscar-winning costume designer Sandy Powell is remaking fashion history.
(05/06/99)

Something in the way he moves By Charles Taylor
In defense of Keanu Reeves.
(04/29/99)

"Tout Truffaut" By Charles Taylor
Rediscovering François Truffaut's films is like finding an old friend.
(04/22/99)

And the frumps are ... By Camille Paglia
The 71st Academy Awards are a parade of pomaded pretty boys and washed-out drag queens from lame movies. Where is the glamour?
(03/22/99)

Not abhorrent! By Cintra Wilson
Just when you're ready to give up on awards shows altogether, the Oscars turn out to be halfway entertaining
(03/22/99)

Paths to glory By Michael Sragow
From "Lolita" to "2001," Stanley Kubrick embodied the director as hero
(03/09/99)

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