Gregg Rickman

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  • Mikhail Kalatozov, a veteran of 1920s Soviet revolutionary cinema, enjoyed an artistic rebirth in the post-Stalin thaw with the international smash hit The Cranes Are Flying. Its success led to this Soviet-Cuban co-production, with...

  • 9 years ago | Film Reviews

    A pleasantly restrained Martin Lawrence voices the likable grizzly bear hero of this computer-generated feature. Raised by a ranger, he's lost when exiled to the woods, thanks to a wild-eyed mule deer (Ashton Kutcher, channeling Donkey from Shrek)...

  • 18 years ago | Film Reviews

    Most people associate the disco era with hedonism, homosexuality, a sense of community, tacky fashions, and awful music. But in his new The Last Days of Disco, writer-director Whit Stillman imagines the era as merely a singles bar for romantics in...

  • 18 years ago | Film Reviews

    Woody Allen's Deconstructing Harry is a film made by a free man -- free certainly in a good way, and perhaps also in a not-so-good way. Liberated, for whatever reason, from the need to play a nice guy, Allen can play the bad man he does here free ...


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