Neeson is in need of rescuing
A 2nd chance to appreciate 'Narnia' virtues
'Deception' has no tricks up its sleeve
Breaking through from 'Other Side'
In pop culture, everyone loves Abe
'Breakfast' is too much of a good thing
The killing game Movies: With 'Michael Collins,' director Neil Jordan brings the original terrorist's life and death into broad daylight.
At War with Itself Review: 'Michael Collins' is a sweeping epic, but some blarney is mixed in with the violence and terror of the early 'Troubles.'
Fall Projections Movies: Grown-up films crowd the screen schedule - so many of them that some will leave town unnoticed; Fall Movie Preview
Colorful casting required for Clinton-esque 'Primary'
New Disney film coming bring on the promotion
'Buddies' gets last-minute boot
SCOTS WHA hae wi' Wallace bled. ....
'Before/After' fizzles into melodrama
Spring's crop of films is mostly adult fare Of age: In the next few weeks movies with grown-up stars like John Malkovich, Robert Redford, Liam Neeson and Steve Martin dominate. Only one features a young friend from 'Friends.'
1 9 9 5 IT'S A WRAP Film: A story with heart, charm and human values has to be winning, even if it's told by a computer. And that's why 'Toy Story' is the year's best movie.
Costume pictures mess with history and never look back Dressing Up The Past
PBS examines America's Irish heritage
Do Real Men Wear Skirts?
'Rob Roy' actors chew up grass of director's Scottish homeland
'Rob Roy' is so good it seems old-fashioned Adventure has good and evil and terrific scenery
Either Oscars or repeats
Salute to Scotland, scares, remakes on spring film list
'Nell': Foster's mild child
HO-HO-HUM FROM HOLLYWOOD Christmas choices in movies are few and uninteresting
Hollywood gets happy so audiences don't worry
Singer Beck has no interest in antihero status MTV would confer on him
The search is on for the fifth Bond, James Bond
When wheeler-dealer Steve Ross played the game, worlds would collide
Whoopi's garnet gown sets the tone for classy fashions at the Oscars THE ACADEMY AWARDS
Tommy Lee Jones, Anna Paquin win for supporting roles
The big answer is easy other awards are harder to call
The arts bear fruit of an Irish renaissance THE GREENING OF AMERICA
OSCAR NOMINATIONS: DO IT YOUR WAY
12 nominations give Spielberg an Oscar edge
Second thoughts on Spielberg but no second guesses Lessons of History
'A witness to the truth' tells brave story of Schindler, who tricked Nazis
Neeson's portrayal amazes those who knew Schindler
'Schindler's List': Filmmaking at its best
As a thriller, 'Deception' is guaranteed to mystify its audiences
No cheery ho-ho-ho from Hollywood this holiday season
Spielberg's 'Schindler's List' will get a very quiet start
The Tony Award nominees
'Ethan': The things he won't do for love
Hollywood leaves the literary films to independents
Hollywood consigns art to independent outfits