Cinema Review Archive: March 2003

One and Only, The

Gary Couzens has reviewed the theatrical release of The One and Only, a romantic comedy starring Justine Waddell and Richard Roxburgh that's nothing special.

Ring, The

Daniel Stephens has reviewed the theatrical release of The Ring. A slick, well-made remake of the Japanese original, should satisfy fans of the genre.

Hours, The

Gary Couzens has reviewed the theatrical release of The Hours, three linked stories of three different women in three different times, starring Nicole Kidman, Julianne Moore and Meryl Streep. One of the films of the year, and it's only February.

Undercover Brother

Kevin OReilly has reviewed the theatrical release of Undercover Brother, a comedy in which a funky 70s blaxploitation hero fights evil in the modern world armed only with his afro.

Daredevil

Kevin OReilly has reviewed the theatrical release of Daredevil, the latest special effects blockbuster starring Ben Affleck as the Marvel Comics superhero.

Two Weeks Notice

Kevin OReilly has reviewed the theatrical release of Two Weeks Notice, a romantic comedy starring Hugh Grant and Sandra Bullock, released just in time for Valentine's Day.

Punch-Drunk Love

Kevin OReilly has reviewed the theatrical release of Punch-Drunk Love, an unlikely collaboration between arthouse director Paul Thomas Anderson and comedy star Adam Sandler.

Final Destination 2

Gary Couzens has reviewed the theatrical release of Final Destination 2, sequel to the 2000 hit and more of the same.

Persona

Gary Couzens has reviewed the theatrical release of Persona. Ingmar Bergman's masterpiece from 1966 is reissued in a new 35mm print.

Narc

Kevin OReilly has reviewed the theatrical release of Narc, in which Jason Patric and Ray Liotta play Detroit detectives investigating the murder of a fellow cop.

Banger Sisters, The

Kevin OReilly has reviewed the theatrical release of The Banger Sisters, a comedy starring Goldie Hawn as an ageing rock groupie who visits her former best friend, Susan Sarandon, now a wealthy suburbanite who doesn't want to be reminded of her past.

Catch Me If You Can

Kevin OReilly has reviewed the theatrical release of Catch Me If You Can, Steven Spielberg's latest blockbuster starring Leonardo DiCaprio as a charming young con man and Tom Hanks as the FBI agent on his trail.