David Kronke

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  • 18 years ago | Film Reviews

    Steven Soderbergh's cinematic version of Spalding Gray's Gray's Anatomy opens with a hokey educational trailer from the 1950s about the crucial nature of good eyesight. It then segues into nine minutes of talking heads jabbering about their sundry...

  • 18 years ago | Film Reviews

    In Picture Perfect, Jennifer Aniston tells a whopper of a lie partially to win the attentions of a guy who has heretofore ignored her, interrupts a wedding, and humiliates a guy at his workplace. This follows on the heels of My Best Friend's Weddi...

  • 18 years ago | Film Reviews

    Nothing against My Best Friend's Wedding, but it's a sign of just how vacuous things have become in Hollywood when folks start getting excited about a movie with a handful of partially engaging characters, a fairly intriguing storyline, and a smat...

  • 19 years ago | Film Reviews

    Jim Carrey caught a lot of grief last year when The Cable Guy tanked at the box office. Carrey was way out of line, doomsayers yelped, to have deviated so far and in such a dark direction from his established, money-in-the-bank persona of the doub...

  • 19 years ago | Film Reviews

    While Tupac Shakur lay bleeding to death inside Suge Knight's car last fall after an attack on the Strip--all his crack bodyguards couldn't even ID the perps' getaway car--Death Row Records realized it was losing a franchise player. But Hollywood ...

  • 19 years ago | Film Reviews

    OK, metaphor buffs: An Albino Alligator, we're informed in the movie of that name, is what the other alligators in a group send out as a sacrificial lamb. Members of another group of gators attack the albino, and the remainder of the first group v...