Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Town and CountryReleased two years later than originally scheduled, Town & Country was harassed by the kind of perverse buzz that few movies retrieve from. Like the notorious Ishtar , this Warren Beatty-led ensemble comedy is awkward and mercurial, but when it is funny it is quite funny, and the engagement of cowriter Buck Henry makes it a lot smarter than most of what surpasses for mentality in postmillennial comedy. An updated sex travesty fired by contemporary foibles, the movie is also an apologetic...

Town and Country

Lost Souls Lost Someones is certainly one of the most gorgeous-looking movies to come out in 2000. The cinematography has a outstanding, visual texture reminiscent of old pics, all the color bleeding out into comfortable and reminiscent tones of grey and black. The movie doesn't quite live up to its look, though it is not without its delights. The broader sketches of its story - about a true-crime writer (Ben Chaplin) who discovers, through the sweats of a former dupe of ownership (Winona Ryder), that...

Lost Souls