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Gift Boxes [2]
What to give the film connoisseur for the holidays.

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Right To Remain Silent [3]
Reading this review may irreversibly limit your ability to enjoy the movie being hailed by lesser critics as one of this year's best.
— Mari Wadsworth, TUCSON WEEKLY
The Green Mile [4]
Dead man healing in the Louisiana penitentiary.
The City (La Ciudad) [5]
The plight of New York City's Latino immigrants is dramatized in the four vignettes that make up this prize-winning film.
— Marjorie Baumgarten, AUSTIN CHRONICLE
Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo [6]
Would you buy a date from this man?
Texas Tee-Hee [7]
The humor of Happy, Texas is sometimes criminally funny, sometimes just criminal.
— Susan Ellis, MEMPHIS FLYER
It's Not Just Sex [8]
The Movie Guru is very comfortable with Relax...It's Just Sex.
— Adrienne Martini, METRO PULSE
All Screwed Up [9]
"Romance" is an intriguing, if flawed movie--too bad Nashvillians won't likely get to see it.
Bite of Life [10]
In "The Apple," a simple storyline and a light touch of humor combine to create a resonant parable about the human condition.
— Heather Iger, WEEKLY ALIBI

Video + TV
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TV Eye [11]
Confessions of a television columnist; also, strange timing for the 1999 Image Awards, and Iron Chef may hit the big screen.
— Belinda Acosta, AUSTIN CHRONICLE
Not-So-Free TV [12]
From "Seinfeld" to "The Beverly Hillbillies," there's enough good (and bad) TV reading in bookstores to keep your wallet empty this holiday season.
— Robert David Sullivan, THE BOSTON PHOENIX
Videos a Go-Go [13]
For such a relatively small country, Cuba occupies a huge amount of our national attention--and our small screens.
— Coury Turczyn, METRO PULSE

Volume III, Issue 25
December 13 - December 20, 1999  

V ideo retailers have box sets and special deals on film paraphernalia at this time of year, and we've got a handy map to the coolest presents currently available.

Director Frank Darabont has taken Stephen King's "The Green Mile" and created a rare film that's equal parts written and visual narrative and that scores not so much on the strength of its convictions as it does on the truly remarkable performances it elicits from the cast.

By wearing its opinions on its sleeve, David Riker's "The City" opens itself up to questions of its own authenticity.

Also, Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo, Happy, Texas, "Relax... It's Just Sex," and more.

Mini Reviews
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Boston Phoenix Movie Clips [14]

  • The Green Mile
  • Tumbleweeds
  • Liberty Heights

Psychic Movie Predictions [15]
  • Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo
  • The Green Mile
  • Guinevere
  • Lucie Aubrac

Now What? [16]
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