Salt & Pepper – Review

April 28, 2006

They didn’t leave anything out: Sword fighting, secret spy action, bombs, nuclear arms, corpses turning up all over the place, and a cartoonish chase scene.

The Ranch – Review

June 13, 2005

It’s nondescript to the point that now, a few hours after watching it, I can’t really bring more to mind than a vague sense of watered down “naughtiness.”

Martin Scorsese Collection – Review

June 13, 2005

Concentrates on a films Marty made for MGM in the ’70s, including the immortal Raging Bull, New York, New York, the Last Waltz, and Boxcar Bertha.

Trigger Happy – Review

September 1, 1997

Trigger Happy never falls victim to its own stylishness, nor does it shoot itself in the foot while juggling too many egos and outlandish subplots.

Touch – Review

September 1, 1997

Unlike Leonard’s stylish Get Shorty, Touch is basically a syrupy love story with one small difference: This guy can heal people.

Kingpin – Review

June 1, 1997

Kingpin is but the latest manifestation of the so-stupid-it’s-smart lowbrow gag-film, that venerable tradition inaugurated by National Lampoon’s Animal House.