|Genres||Music, Short Film|
|US Release Date||06/04/1999|
With a tag line that reads "Steal All You Can Steal," it was bound to set off sparks. Miramax's Buffalo Soldiers, a satire of corruption on American military bases, is set to bow in theaters July 25, but its humor is being lost on military representatives and right-wing consumers who have sent complaints about the movie's negative depiction of U.S. Army conduct to Miramax and corporate parent Disney. Also: Steve Harvey Jennifer Beals The L Word Compay Segundo Benny Carter Arnold Schwarzenegger B
Martin Grove's box office analysis for the weekend of Nov. 15, 2002. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets 8 Mile The Santa Clause 2 The Ring Half Past Dead
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Dec. 21, 1999 — A day after the Golden Globe nominations, the race continued to widen as the Broadcast Film Critics Association announced its picks for the best of the year. Most of them anyway. While the group named its picks for the Top 10 movies of 1999, it won't reveal the No. 1 film until its awards luncheon Jan. 24 in Beverly Hills. Competing for the title of best film (in alphabetical order): "American Beauty," "Being John Malkovich," "The Cider House Rules," "The G
LOS ANGELES, March 26, 2000 -- It wasn't exactly like the nosy newspaper said it was going to be, but as expected, "American Beauty" was the big winner, nabbing a field-best five Oscars, including Best Picture, at tonight's 72nd Annual Academy Awards. "American Beauty" "Beauty" star Kevin Spacey was named Best Actor. The relatively no-name Hilary Swank ("Boys Don't Cry") bested Spacey's big-name co-star Annette Bening in the Best Actress race. The Wall Street Journal may have spoiled some of
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Jan. 10, 2000 -- And the best picture of 1999 according to the National Society of Film Critics is ... a tie. The period piece "Topsy-Turvy" and the eccentric "Being John Malkovich" shared top honors at the group's awards ceremony Saturday in New York. It's the first time in the society's 34-year history that the best picture vote has been evenly split between two films. "Topsy-Turvy," a Mike Leigh film about operetta composers Gilbert and Sullivan, had previously been re
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Jan. 3, 2000 -- Director Sam Mendes' "American Beauty" took top honors today as the Online Film Critics Society handed down its third annual awards. The quirky tale of modern-day life in a suburban nightmare was named best picture by the 112-member group of Web-based writers and critics. "American Beauty" also took nods for Mendes (best director) and star Kevin Spacey (best actor). The film leads all comers going into the Jan. 20 Golden Globes, with six nominations. Fellow
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Jan. 5, 2000 -- And then there was 12. The Oscar camp has announced the dozen second-round qualifiers for the Best Documentary prize. And judging by the lineup, it doesn't look like the deciding committee is experiencing its usual "forgetfulness" when it comes to potential nominees. The list is a virtual hit parade, including some of the year's most talked-about films -- from the absurd ("Mr. Death" ) to the sublime ("Buena Vista Social Club") and the farcical ("American Mo
In a surprising move, the members of the New York Film Critics Circle, an association of film reviewers from major Manhattan-based newspapers and magazines, selected "Topsy-Turvy" as the Best Picture of 1999.Part biopic, part backstage drama, "Topsy-Turvy" is an opulent motion picture that focuses on the prickly relationship between librettist William Schwenk Gilbert and composer Arthur Sullivan. Mike Leigh was selected as Best Director for the same film, which now becomes poised with "American
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