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Good for 'Jackie' for not being so good Review: The follow-up to 'Pulp Fiction' isn't a great movie, but it is a great step forward for the director.
A rebirth of trust in Harlem Entrepreneurship, pragmatism fuel an upscale transformation
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.
Inaction hero Stallone lumbers morosely through 'Cop Land,' a film about corruption that doesn't add up. Too bad, because Keitel, De Niro and Liotta shine.
1980 slaying changed way city looked at violent crime
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.
Sylvester the pussycat Make-over: Stallone abandons the image that made him rich and switches from invincibility to vulnerability.
A Warming Trend Movies: After years of violence and mayhem from Hollywood, this season's crop of holiday films breezes into town on angel's wings.
Asleep at the Reel Review: 'Sleepers' makes nothing out of something. It's got stars, but seediness stands in for storytelling. Hey, Levinson, wake up and smell the popcorn.
Fall Projections Movies: Grown-up films crowd the screen schedule - so many of them that some will leave town unnoticed; Fall Movie Preview
Diane Keaton steps back in front of camera Interview: After some turns at directing, actress returns in starring roles in two movies.
Hoffman, De Niro turn heads even in worldly, jaded Venice
Screwball 'Fan' is low and outside Review: What's that sound? It's a Bronx cheer for a baseball movie that's pretty rough on the diamond. Throw the bums out.
McDowell returns to disabled list Hammonds sprains knee in chewed-up outfield
A case of fighting fire with fire
Summer films mix the classic with the dumb Previews: The season starts with a splash and departs with a duh.
A war that does somebody some good Cable competition: Viewers are the winners in the battle between vintage-movie channels.
'All Quiet' on rerun-laden night
Mr. Rogers goes west ALF makes a comeback
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.
Second Time Around: Movie review: Michael Mann polishes an old made-for-TV movie into a stunning, big-gunning screenfest with mega-stars Al Pacino and Robert De Niro.
Madden proudly lets roots show with HBO documentary on AFL
Season's Screenings The Christmas rush: Unwrapping all that Tinseltown has to offer for the holidays.
Deal Me In Movie review: Director Martin Scorsese has a winning hand in the Milton-esque 'Casino,' an intense, fatalistic, fantastic film.
Scorsese, De Niro deliver a triple threat on TNT
A chilly encounter with a hot actor No charm: Ralph Fiennes seems to have nothing but contempt for his Vanity Fair interview.
Slipping through the quacks Robert De Niro...
HARD-BOILED HEAVEN Mayhem, money, grief and murder leave their mark on movie screens
On wings of angels
The Hero We Would Want To Be JOHN WAYNE
Elvis sightings aren't your imagination
A slate with plenty of links to the past
Costume pictures mess with history and never look back Dressing Up The Past
Quirky 'Search and Destroy' is a winner about a loser
Palminteri got tired of waiting, so he wrote the role that made him famous
'Christy' is back by popular demand
When Sally met Joanie, and other Oscars foolishness
Old film noir flickers ironically through new noir
INTERVIEW WITH THE DIRECTOR Neil Jordan put his signature on vampire film
Branagh turns De Niro into the original monster piece Frenzied 'Frankenstein'
Keitel opts for 'presence' over superstardom on film
'My So-Called Life' has a new show
Video games, the next generation
Paying tribute to the King and his kin
An explosion of movies lights up Great Britain's filmmaking industry
It's De Niro as Frankenstein, and, yes . . . Freddy's back FRIGHTS OF FANCY
In Harry's 'Fall,' couple from TV ad see other side of health care reform