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Narrow Grooves
"How Stella Got Her Groove Back," and "The Avengers" make for weak viewing. [08-24-98]
— Hadley Hury, MEMPHIS FLYER

The Style of Zorro
Antonion Banderas isn't all that makes this a pretty picture. [07-27-98]
— Hadley Hury, MEMPHIS FLYER

Darkness At Heart
Robert Altman's "The Gingerbread Man" is a small masterwork; Jessica Lange plots in "Cousin Bette." [07-13-98]
— Hadley Hury, MEMPHIS FLYER

Larger than Life
"Wilde" looks at the humanity of a giant. [06-29-98]
— Hadley Hury, MEMPHIS FLYER

Appearance vs. Reality
There's less than meets the eye in "The Truman Show"; "A Perfect Murder" is a genuine guilty pleasure. [06-15-98]
— Hadley Hury, MEMPHIS FLYER

Awakenings
Both "Ma Vie En Rose" and "City of Angels" use whimsy to give wing to profound thoughts. [04-20-98]
— Hadley Hury, MEMPHIS FLYER

All the Rage
"Buried Child" and "Mrs. Klein" seethe with poetic psychology. [04-13-98]
— Hadley Hury, MEMPHIS FLYER

Tough Love
"Live Flesh" delves into passion; "Barney's Great Adventure" champions dreaming. [04-06-98]
— Hadley Hury and Dennis Freeland, MEMPHIS FLYER

Quality Star
In "Afterglow," the incomparable Julie Christie shows the kids how "it" is done. [03-02-98]
— Hadley Hury, MEMPHIS FLYER

After Gen X
A superior cast gives voice to playwright Nicky Silver's spirit. [02-23-98]
— Hadley Hury, MEMPHIS FLYER

Coming Back for More
Martin Scorsese's latest incarnation, "Kundun," contemplates spirituality in politics; "Desperate Measures" isn't worth a second thought. [02-09-98]
— Hadley Hury, MEMPHIS FLYER

The Art of Recycling
It's good to see some "familiar" comedies hold forth. [02-02-98]
— Hadley Hury, MEMPHIS FLYER

Finding Family
It's all relative in William Finn and James Lapine's musical, "Falsettos." [01-26-98]
— Hadley Hury, MEMPHIS FLYER

Make Me Laugh! Make Me Cry!
"Good Will Hunting" and "Deconstructing Harry" remind us what going to the movies is all about. [01-12-98]
— Hadley Hury, MEMPHIS FLYER

Death in Venice ...and in Savannah
Two new films deal (very differently) with fatal attractions. [12-01-97]
— Hadley Hury, MEMPHIS FLYER

Holiday Spirit
Jesse Helms kicks Tiny Tim's crutch in Circuit Playhouse's offbeat production. [11-24-97]
— Hadley Hury and Debbie Gilbert, MEMPHIS FLYER

Sister Acts
Two plays by Christopher Durang explore two of our worst nightmares. [11-17-97]
— Hadley Hury, MEMPHIS FLYER

Two Mysteries
"Red Corner" is a sinuous whodunit, while "The Myth of Finderprints" begs a question of its good cast: Why'd they do it? [11-10-97]
— Hadley Hury, MEMPHIS FLYER

Titanic Mystery Play
Circuit Playhouse's production of "Scotland Road" keeps the drama afloat. [10-20-97]
— Hadley Hury, MEMPHIS FLYER

Measuring Up
In "Seven Years in Tibet," will audiences accept Brad Pitt as tutor to one of the world's great spiritual leaders? [10-20-97]
— Hadley Hury, MEMPHIS FLYER

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