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1. THE LONG GOODBYE (Robert Altman; 1973) 4 stars Altman's sly version of the late Raymond Chandler-Philip Marlowe novels, with Elliot Gould as a shaggy Marlowe somehow stranded in '70s L.A., trying to avenge buddy Terry (Jim Bouton) and untangle the...
When enterprising teen Zak Gibbs (Jesse Bradford) stumbles onto a secret government doohickey that can virtually stop time, he wields his newfound power by wooing a foreign exchange student and helping his buddy win a deejay contest. For the rest of us,...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday October 13, 1995 Watching "Jade" is such a hollow experience it's hard to work up the energy to dismiss it. A movie where the car chases have more personality than the people, its monotone acting and recycled plot make one wonder, not for the...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday June 7, 1996 The closing credits for "The Rock" include a dedication "in loving memory to Don Simpson," but this last film from the late producer and his partner Jerry Bruckheimer so perfectly encapsulates everything the pair have stood for...
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