Bertolucci's wanderings on Buddhist religion require a quantum leap of faith
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'Muppet Christmas Carol' suffers from loss of Henson
Van Peebles' 'Posse,' a black Western, has too much of a '90s feel
Lame but earnest 'Rudy' goes for the dregs instead of the gusto
A lifelike 'Nightmare' to remember
"Beverly Hillbillies": A gently comical embarrassment of riches
Too much talk, too many generals dilute the power of 'Gettysburg'
A warm heart beats in 'Cool Runnings'
Superb skating carries slick teen flick with lofty title
Untamed hearts, unmet desires
'Into the West' rides into myth on white horse of dreams
'Jacquot' finds, shows some transcendent truths
'Groundhog Day': A joke run into the ground
Some stars wish their film debuts could have been left on the cutting-room floor
Tepid 'Surf Ninjas' is a wipeout and a waste of its comic and martial arts talent.
When Woody Allen commits 'Murder,' a fun time is had by all
'Meteor Man': Coming out on top by small leaps, great wit
From Metropolis on the Chesapeake, a new kind of hero
Unfunny 'Men in Tights' finds Mel in a torpor
What's the point? The one-trick 'Coneheads'
Of whales and witches Gorgeous orca carries the day in the artful 'Free Willy'
'Rookie' dusts off plate of old plots for trivial flick
Take remote control of the TV violence entering your home
Love takes a red-eye, and some hankies, to Seattle Long-distance love has 'em 'Sleepless'
Meanness and mayhem: This 'Dennis' should be left home alone
A Kinder, Gentler Action Hero Arnold the Barbarian- Predator-Terminator cuts back on the kill count
A hustler, a pickpocket and some touchy-feely goo: That's 'Life'
Mario and Luigi go to the movies but should have stayed home
Americans in the '90s: Proudly profane no matter who can hear
Simon and Dreyfuss make a real mess out of 'Lost in Yonkers'
'Benny & Joon': long on cuteness, painfully short on perspective
'The Sandlot': nothing more than pine tar nostalgia
'Cop' suffers from case of arrested development
With Disney's Huck and Jim, adrift on a river of simplication
'Far Off Place': Disney film surprisingly violent, hopelessly predictable
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Survivors of 'Alive' ordeal praise film effort
Charisma of George Strait is 'Country,' pure and simple