Rock and rolling at the Hippodrome
Auteurs of Autumn
Oliver Stone says drugs influenced his life, and he influenced Scorsese
Improv-able path to stardom
Areluctant spokesman, in his own words
'Da Vinci' provokes debate, protests
OTHER NOTABLE DEATHS
you're such a critic
25 movies for all time, and a place to put them Film: The Library of Congress may store 'Rear Window,' 'West Side Story' and the rest in a bunker built to withstand nuclear attack.
Movie buffs push the good, bad and ugly Classics: This year's selection of 25 movies to be anointed national treasures will be made tomorrow. Fans are quick to lobby for their favorites.
Sex and drugs and roll 'em Review: 'Boogie Nights' is blessed with one special thing a feel for the sleazy '70s.
TOO LONG IN 'TIBIT' A pretty good mountain-climbing movie slows down for a spiritual journey and grinds to a halt in Chinese Communist politics.
Pushy Bea Arthur shows up to intrude on 'Dave's World'
Keeping the talk small Actor: Robert De Niro acts sublimely and interviews with difficulty. He'll chat about this and that, but he introspects only reluctantly.
Casey Miller,77, a feminist author who believed...
The heroin Life Review: Funny, repulsive 'Trainspotting' dares to show the pleasure that addicts get from their drugs.
'Hate' is controversial and stunning
'Taxi Driver' retains power Movie review: You might see this film differently after two decades, but if Travis Bickle bothered you the first time, he'll do it again in a remastered version at the Charles.
Crack! Baseball comes back
'All Quiet' on rerun-laden night
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.
G whiz! Family-fare movies win adult hearts
Lingua Franca on 'literary liposuction' Wordplay: HarperCollins trims an episode from Melville work: Is it good editing or sacrilege?
Deal Me In Movie review: Director Martin Scorsese has a winning hand in the Milton-esque 'Casino,' an intense, fatalistic, fantastic film.
Strange fruit and the stock market
HARD-BOILED HEAVEN Mayhem, money, grief and murder leave their mark on movie screens
Quirky 'Search and Destroy' is a winner about a loser
'Cobb' is latest foray by Hollywood into soul of a bitter white male Major-League Anger
Sharon Stone calls the shots in her career
Old film noir flickers ironically through new noir
Do new film biographies show the way they really were?
Docudrama gathers pieces of Johnson's life in blues
INTERVIEW WITH THE DIRECTOR Neil Jordan put his signature on vampire film
In short, the Walters has hit the film-circuit jackpot
Keitel opts for 'presence' over superstardom on film
Premiere's Libby Gelman-Waxner denies her nonexistence in New York
Film celebrities protest Ohio obscenity charges
'Naked in New York' is barely amusing
Movie puts the unreal into newsreels, using effects with eerie implications
Joe Pesci stars in a muddy mix of satire, rage Levinson's take on Hollywood
The big answer is easy other awards are harder to call
Prizzi family values: mostly money
Lights, camera and rock 'n' roll: I'm a video mom!
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