Arts & Entertainment

October 4, 1998

An Old Man’s Second Chance at Life

In Wild Strawberries, Ingmar Bergman shows it's never too late to start over again

October 4, 1998

One True Thing’s False Message

Mother-daughter melodrama presents assisted suicide as a noble choice

September 27, 1998

The Wonderful Wizardry of OZ

All ages identify with the life lessons learned by Dorothy and friends

September 27, 1998

A Little Guy with Big Faith

Simon Birch loves God, but not organized religion

September 20, 1998

Struggling to Build Paradise on Earth

The Mission offers one of the best depictions of Christian redemption ever filmed but is marred by its 'liberation theology'bias.

September 20, 1998

Big Questions, Empty Answers

Cynicism undercuts the intriguing themes raised in Return to Paradise

September 13, 1998

A Farewell to Princes

September 13, 1998

Shard of Light in the City of Glitter

August 30, 1998

A Post-Feminist Cinderella for Our Times

August 30, 1998

A Post-Feminist Cinderella for Our Times

August 23, 1998

Seeds of Faith in Surprising Places

In Fellini's 8 1/2, memories & dreams help a film director through his spiritual crisis

August 23, 1998

A Thief of Hearts and Goods

The tragic story of a mother, a child, and a criminal symbolizes the collective ravages of communism on a people

August 16, 1998

The Power of a Holy Man’s Words and Deeds

Richard Attenborough's epic Gandhi explores the private life and public impact of a champion of non-violence

August 16, 1998

Zorro Rides Again

Latest version of screen hero's exploits wins the day with self- deprecating humor and old-fashioned derring-do

August 9, 1998

Faith and Superstition in the Time of the Plague

Ingmar Bergman's classicThe Seventh Seal wrestles with questions of the end times

August 9, 1998

World WarII Meets the Hollywood Hype Machine

The ultra-violent Saving Private Ryan is noteworthy, but it's not all that Spielberg and the media say it is

July 12, 1998

An Unusual Look Behind Enemy Lines

La Grande Illusion sizes up war and the virtue of great men

July 12, 1998

Seduced by The South and by Scarlett

The most successful movie of all time is re-released on the silver screen

July 5, 1998

Silent Triumph of the Human Spirit

Even without sound, Fritz Lang's classic Metropolis remains a haunting story of man vs. machine

July 5, 1998

Alien Fascination for the Masses

A big-screen-sized dose of paranoia to thrill X-Files fanatics

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