Gregg Rickman

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  • 9 years ago | Film Reviews

    What do little girls want? If we are to follow the emotional heart of Aquamarine, a new film about two13-year-olds who help a runaway mermaid fall in love, the answer is . . . bling. Hailey (Joanna "JoJo" Levesque, pretty much a Lindsay Lohan ring...

  • 10 years ago | Film Reviews

    Lost Embrace, a new film by Argentinean director Daniel Burman, looks more like a handheld video by the purist Dogme school of Denmark. Centered in Buenos Aires, it's an unevenly amusing comedy of family reconciliation that looks like a thumb in t...

  • 17 years ago | Film Reviews

    Most people associate the disco era with hedonism, homosexuality, a sense of community, tacky fashions, and awful music. But in his new The Last Days of Disco, writer-director Whit Stillman imagines the era as merely a singles bar for romantics in...

  • 18 years ago | Film Reviews

    Woody Allen's Deconstructing Harry is a film made by a free man -- free certainly in a good way and perhaps also in a not-so-good way. Liberated, for whatever reason, from the need to play a nice guy, playing the bad man he does here frees Allen o...