The film is savage but lacks any weight or meaning.
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Travolta unloads another awful bomb in Basic
Reissues dominated, but an international crop of films yielded a good harvest
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Bruce Willis discovers his better self in M. Night Shyamalan's heroic comic book
Spike Lee's scathing satire of network television goes out with a bang
It's Star Wars, all right
Renee Zellweger as an Orthodox Jew? A Price Above Rubies proves the actress's worth.
Why have bus lines to Mexico bloomed all across the East End? Maybe because it's a family affair.
Stallone seeks, but doesn't find, redemption in Cop Land
1996 Summer Guide
Spike Lee works the phone-sex lines, but loses his connection