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Mean Streets and More
Twenty-five years later, it's time to return to Scorsese's "Mean Streets." [05-26-98]
— Noel Murray and Jim Ridley, NASHVILLE SCENE

Stars and Bars
Noel Murray steps into the big house for a look at great prison movies. [05-18-98]
— Noel Murray, NASHVILLE SCENE

Down to Earth
"Deep Impact" delivers the disaster-movie goods; "Les Miserables" makes a Yugo of Hugo; boo to "Woo." [05-18-98]
— Jim Ridley, Noel Murray, and Donna Bowman, NASHVILLE SCENE

Gun Crazy
Noel Murray rakes "New Yorker" essayist David Denby over the coals; a revival of "Bonnie and Clyde"; "The Object of My Affection" is not Donna Bowman's. [04-27-98]
— Jim Ridley, Noel Murray, and Donna Bowman, NASHVILLE SCENE

Moore and Less
Michael Moore bites "The Big One"; "City of Angels" is close but no "Wings of Desire"; short takes on "Live Flesh," "The Players Club," and "Species II." [04-20-98]
— Jim Ridley and Noel Murray, NASHVILLE SCENE

Waste of Space
"Lost in Space" is a creative black hole; a look at "Primary Colors" and the controversy that wasn't; short reviews of "Happy Together," "Love and Death on Long Island," and more. [04-13-98]
— Donna Bowman, Noel Murray and Jim Ridley, NASHVILLE SCENE

Rock of Ages
"Don't Look Back" and "Monterey Pop" represent ground zero for the rockumentary; "Wild Things" lives down to expectations; "Grease" reheats real nice. [04-06-98]
— Jim Ridley, Noel Murray, and Donna Bowman, NASHVILLE SCENE

Siren Songs
Although less urgent than the last album, Neutral Milk Hotel still rides the edge. [03-23-98]
— Noel Murray, NASHVILLE SCENE

Family Triangle
It's campy and sarcastic, but a good bet for home video. [03-23-98]
— Rob Nelson, Jim Ridley and Noel Murray, NASHVILLE SCENE

A Losing Battle
"Man in the Iron Mask" isn't worth the trouble. [03-23-98]
— Donna Bowman and Noel Murray, NASHVILLE SCENE

Dude the Obscure
"The Big Lebowski" bowls Donna Bowman over; "Twilight" gives Noel Murray a few twinkles of light; Jim Ridley basks in a movie-mad "Afterglow." [03-16-98]
— Donna Bowman, Noel Murray, and Jim Ridley, NASHVILLE SCENE

More Than Zero
Catch "Zero Effect" before it vanishes. [03-09-98]
— Jim Ridley, Noel Murray, and Donna Bowman, NASHVILLE SCENE

Call the Doctor
On "Ma Saison Préferée," "Gravesend," "David Halberstam's The Fifties," "A Night to Remember," and more. [03-02-98]
— Noel Murray, Rob Nelson, and Jim Ridley, NASHVILLE SCENE

Hostage Negotiations
Brazil's Best Foreign Film nominee "Four Days in September" is a tense, well-done political thriller on a human scale. [02-16-98]
— Jim Ridley, Donna Bowman, and Noel Murray, NASHVILLE SCENE

An Unlikely Pair
Reviews of current film releases for home entertainment. [02-16-98]
— Noel Murphy and Rob Nelson, NASHVILLE SCENE

Braving the Elements
Rob Nelson finds an unusually good year at Sundance, but he doubts you'll get to see many of the movies; not even Noel Murray can stomach "Spice World." [02-02-98]
— Rob Nelson and Noel Murray, NASHVILLE SCENE

Reconstructing Woody
"Deconstructing Harry" is neither a crime nor a misdemeanor; some random thoughts on the "Titanic" phenomenon. [01-26-98]
— Noel Murray, NASHVILLE SCENE

"Reeling in the Year"
From Robert Duvall to Pam Grier, from "Face/Off" to "Underground," Nashville Scene reviewers Jim Ridley, Noel Murray, and Donna Bowman pick the best of '97. [01-12-98]
— Jim Ridley, Noel Murray, and Donna Bowman, NASHVILLE SCENE

Twelve Months of Shame
Nashville Scene reviewers Jim Ridley, Noel Murray, and Donna Bowman pick the worst movies of 1997. [12-29-97]
— Jim Ridley, Noel Murray, and Donna Bowman, NASHVILLE SCENE

Up From Slavery
"Amistad" juggles the demands of history and entertainment. [12-22-97]
— Noel Murray, NASHVILLE SCENE

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