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The Unheard Music
"Hilary and Jackie" offers insight into genius; "Payback" doesn't pay off; current teen movies leave Noel Murray feeling old. [02-15-99]
— Donna Bowman, Noel Murray, and Jim Ridley, NASHVILLE SCENE

The Unseen Cinema
Reviewing the 1999 Sundance Film Festival. [02-08-99]
— Rob Nelson, NASHVILLE SCENE

Blood Simple
On "A Simple Plan," "Gods and Monsters," and the closing of a historic arthouse. [02-01-99]
— Jim Ridley and Noel Murray, NASHVILLE SCENE

Criminal Law
A Civil Action, The Prince of Egypt, and The Saltmen of Tibet, Stepmom, Modulations. [01-19-99]
— Noel Murray, Donna Bowman, and Jim Ridley, NASHVILLE SCENE

Screen Dreams
Nashville Scene critics explore the best 1998 filmdom. [01-11-99]
— Jim Ridley, Noel Murray, and Donna Bowman, NASHVILLE SCENE

The Worst of '98 Cinema
Celebrating the year's lousiest films. [12-27-98]
— Scott Manzler, NASHVILLE SCENE

Cold Calculation
"Jack Frost" and "Patch Adams" attempt to hit all the soft spots--and miss. [12-20-98]
— Noel Murray, NASHVILLE SCENE

Robbing Hitchcock
Two hacks at "Psycho." [12-14-98]
— Noel Murray and Jim Ridley, NASHVILLE SCENE

Garden of Earthly Delights
The magic of computer animation proves useful in "A Bug's Life." [12-07-98]
— Donna Bowman, NASHVILLE SCENE

White Man's Burden
"American History X" has its problems, but Edward Norton is one fine actor. [11-30-98]
— Jim Ridley, NASHVILLE SCENE

Children of the Revolution
Revisiting glam in "Velvet Goldmine," a visionary musical that bends mind and gender. [11-23-98]
— Jim Ridley, NASHVILLE SCENE

New Again
Donna Bowman surveys the current restoration craze. [11-16-98]
— Donna Bowman, NASHVILLE SCENE

No Laughing Matter
"Life is Beautiful," or is it? [11-09-98]
— Jim Ridley, NASHVILLE SCENE

Television Impaired
Noel Murray finds something lacking in "Pleasantville." [11-02-98]
— Noel Murray, NASHVILLE SCENE

Unbroken Chains
Jonathan Demme's direction highlights "Beloved"; Ben Stiller triumphs in "Permanent Midnight"; "The Impostors" places supporting players in the spotlight. [10-26-98]
— Donna Bowman, NASHVILLE SCENE

The Greater of Two Evils
The new "Touch of Evil" fulfills Orson Welles' vision. [10-19-98]
— Jim Ridley, NASHVILLE SCENE

Ant Misbehavin'
"Antz" kan't danz. [10-12-98]
— Noel Murray, NASHVILLE SCENE

Heaven Can't Wait
"What Dreams May Come" is hash that's often heavenly. [10-05-98]
— Jim Ridley, NASHVILLE SCENE

The Ugly American
On "Buffalo '66," "Pi," "The Governess," "One True Thing," and "Simon Birch." [09-28-98]
— Jim Ridley, Donna Bowman, and Noel Murray, NASHVILLE SCENE

Love's Neighbors Lost
Noel Murray on [http://weeklywire.com/ww/09-14-98/nash_film-lede.html]
— Neil La Bute goes for the throat, FILM-LEDE.HTML

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