Kathy Bates gives a stunning perfomance as the oh-so likeable but oh-so malevolent Annie
Watch David and Margaret's original review of Misery for The Movie Show Margaret: It's basically a two-hander with Kathy Bates giving a stunning perfomance as the oh-so likeable but oh-so malevolent Annie, and James Caan is also wonderful as Paul...
Blindness won't bridge the racial divide.
It’s an unhappy truism to suggest, with some discomfort that the racial divide in the USA is deep and profound (and things are not so hot here for that matter either). For generations it seems the movies have tried to right this. Some pictures...
Pfeiffer and Kutcher look as though their circulation has been cut off.
Some directors just don’t trust the audience. Worse, they don’t trust their material. Some, as in this case, mistake a gloomy attitude for seriousness, a slow pace, for earnestness. An adaptation of a short story called 'Mansion on the Hill’, by...
Gallic liaisons that aren’t especially dangerous "” or intriguing.
Lightning doesn’t strike twice for Stephen Frears, Christopher Hampton and Michelle Pfeiffer in Chéri, an ambitious but ultimately unsatisfying attempt to recreate the chemistry of their 1989 hit Dangerous Liaisons.

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