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|Rating||T-Meter||Title | Year||Review|
Race, though it picks up considerable steam when the story reaches the Berlin Olympics, often seems disjointed.
Posted Feb 24, 2016
|69%||Antonia (Antonia's Line) (1995)||
Gorris is a talented filmmaker with an eye for the fine points of sexual politics. But in Antonia's Line, she dulls the fine points of politics and calls it fable, and undercuts her own incisiveness.
‐ Newhouse News Service
Posted Mar 5, 2002
|97%||Apocalypse Now (1979)||
What the excitement was about was the unspoken belief that this film would put a cap on the most exciting decade in American film, that it would sum up everything that had come before and influence everything that came after...
Posted Jan 17, 2002
|93%||Apocalypse Now Redux (2001)||
Still a great visceral kick.
Posted Aug 2, 2001