The Young Unknown (2000)
The Grey Zone (2002)
The Rules of Attraction (2002)
Touch of Evil (1958)
"...embodies everything that is so exhilarating and maddening about Welles. Both inspired and confused, Touch of Evil is the work of a master who cannot quite give life on screen to what he imagines in his head."
8 Women (8 Femmes) (2002)
"This is such a cool movie. Rock Hudson plays a businessman who gets reconstructive surgery to start a new identity and a new life, but it's out of the frying pan and into the grape-stomping orgy (sorry, you have to see it)."
"An intelligent and serious examination of the end-of-the-world. What if it really happened as described in the Bible? The outcome is harrowing and astounding - a disturbing and thought-provoking film."
"Unusual film noir (possibly the last true film noir ever made) about the self-destructiveness of racial hatred. Robert Ryan, as usual, is the bigot. There's a nice little part for Gloria Graham too."
"Nicholas Ray's sensitive film noir is at its best in the first half, when it's in the dirty rain-slicked streets of the city. The second half, out in the country, gets far too dramatic and symbolic."
"The thing that I always found funny about the Invisible Man is that he's running around naked in the snow for half the movie. He also rides a bicycle naked, and apparently doesn't wear undershorts beneath his pants."