Anne Bancroft

  • Film

    August 2, 2012

    A Little From Our Files

    Re-reviewing the re-release of The Graduate.

  • Calendar

    November 24, 2011
  • Calendar

    May 7, 2009
  • Blogs

    February 2, 2007

    No Helen Keller Jokes, Please

    Pam Covington, left, plays Helen Keller and Trisha Miller-Smith is Annie Sullivan role in DCT production of The Miracle Worker. Spencer Tracy said the key to great acting is "know your lines and don't bump into the furniture." But he never played the lead in The Miracle Worker. Dallas actress Pam C ... More >>

  • Film

    April 12, 2001

    Girl Afraid

    Renée Zellweger nervously Joneses for romance

  • Film

    May 4, 2000

    Dead, man

    Sean Penn fails to bring life to the Villa

  • Film

    April 13, 2000

    Faith hell

    So, there's a rabbi and a priest...wait, stop me if you've heard this one

  • Film

    March 16, 2000

    Naked eye

    Turn on and tune in to the Dallas Video Festival

  • Film

    October 8, 1998

    Screen tests

    Usual suspects, small wonders, and the new Bertolucci at the Montreal and Toronto film fests

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    October 1, 1998

    Workers' compensation

    A way underground film with a cast of millions!

  • Film

    January 29, 1998

    Picture imperfect

    Great Expectations' beauty is only skin deep

  • Film

    October 30, 1997

    Bad medicine

    Critical Care tries to do for medicine what Network did for TV, and fails

  • Film

    August 21, 1997

    Naval gazing

    G.I. Jane is liberated, all right--from good acting and a good story

  • Film

    April 17, 1997

    Mia & Peter & Liza & Mazursky

    The USA Film Festival offers an unapologetic orgy of movie delights

  • Film

    November 2, 1995

    Overstuffed bird

    With Home For the Holidays, Jodie Foster has created a sloppy paean to family disharmony

  • Film

    October 5, 1995

    Patchwork saga

    How To Make an American Quilt stitches a contrived view of romance

  • Film

    September 14, 1995

    The smart, the fat, and the alienated

    Hackers and Angus offer different movie visions of the high-school experience