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FOR THE TIMESFriday January 30, 1998 With Eastwoodian effectiveness, the Hit Woman With No Name struts into and over the bad guys in Bharat Nalluri's "Killing Time," mowing 'em down, blowing 'em up and making them share her pain, even if she doesn't remember it....
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, England, Crimes, Death, RuPaul
TIMES FILM CRITICWednesday November 22, 2000 Not content to simply explore the life and philosophy of the celebrated Marquis de Sade, "Quills" soon becomes a sadistic experience in its own right. Experiencing this pretentious wallow--overwritten, under-thought and...
"This is private," David Friedman says, unequivocal and visibly upset, glaring at the camera in a page from his video diary. "If you're not me, then you really shouldn't be watching this because this is supposed to be a private situation between me and...
Tags: Social Issues, Neck, Sex, Reality Television (genre), Sex Crimes
Times Staff WriterWe've all seen it in the movies: the tough-guy private eye stubbing out a Camel filter on a suspect's neck and barking, "We can do this the easy way or the hard way." Or, at the other end of the B-movie moral spectrum, the sneering Gestapo captain,...
Times Staff Writer"Swimming Upstream" is a welcome throwback to the rich Australian cinema of the late '70s and '80s that was suffused with the sense of an entire people discovering itself on the screen. There was a tremendous freshness, energy and lack of self-...
Tribune Film CriticRight from its opening sequence, director Philip Kaufman's startling "Quills" gives us an anatomy of fear, images both silken swift and molten hot, scenes that disrupt and inflame the imagination. From his sumptuously appointed cell at the Charenton...
Times Staff WriterIn the junky woman-in-peril thriller "Twisted," Ashley Judd enters laughing, but not for long. Butched-out with cropped hair, leather jacket and a bloodstream gurgling with booze, Judd's Jessica Shepard has just been bumped from beat cop to homicide...
Tags: Murder, Sex, Andy Garcia, John Mills, Entertainment
FOR THE TIMESFriday August 16, 1996 What it lacks in irony and suspense, Gilbert Adler's "Tales From the Crypt Presents Bordello of Blood" makes up for in whimsy and cheeky self-assurance. The second feature to emerge from the long-running HBO horror show is a...
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