Julie Caniglia

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  • 7 years ago | Film and TV

    This 1946 adaptation of a Hemingway story, which one film critic dubbed the "Citizen Kane of noirs," is indeed a deft example of Hollywood studio tradition cast with a pall of brooding German Expressionism (director Robert Siodmak began and ended ...

  • As brilliantly bare-bones as The Hudsucker Proxy was overblown, the Coen Brothers' 1996 classic marked a return to their roots in more ways than one. Set mostly in the pair's home state of Minnesota, the chilly Fargo follows the...

  • 15 years ago | Film Reviews

    L.I.E. peeps on the shadier side of suburbia.

  • 15 years ago | Books

    With an ambitious novel that centers on an ordinary family dinner, Jonathan Franzen sits down at America's table and feasts on dysfunction.

  • 15 years ago | Film Reviews

    Bridget Jones's Diary brings its novel heroine to the screen, flaws and all.

  • 15 years ago | Film Reviews

    Ed Harris examines the messy details of artmaking in Pollock.


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