Cop Land – Review

October 1, 1997

Writer/director James Mangold obviously didn’t want to take any chances, so not only is Stallone’s Freddy Heflin, the sheriff of a small New Jersey town populated by crooked New York cops, a badge-wearing slug, but he’s also deaf in one ear.

Trainspotting – Review

May 1, 1997

They run from the cops. They shoot up. They shoot up again. Someone dives into a toilet. Iggy Pop and Sean Connery figure in somewhere. It’s great.

From Dusk Till Dawn – Review

March 1, 1996

A movie made for a certain type of audience and was made by serious philes of the horror/gore/violence/dark-comedy realm, of which Tarantino is a die-hard fan.

Miller’s Crossing – Review

February 1, 1996

Miller’s Crossing is a haunting fable of trust, betrayal, and the price of it all, using the gangland underworld of the 1930’s.

Muriel’s Wedding – Review

April 1, 1995

Muriel’s Wedding, at times tragic and moving, is elsewhere hilarious and heartwarming without ever manipulating or stooping to a predictable, mawkish level.

Pulp Fiction – Review

November 1, 1994

Pulp Fiction excels for its painstakingly well-written, bizarre dialogue, and character development.