Philip Wuntch, Dallas Morning News

  1. American Dreamz 2002 As satire, American Dreamz is heavy-handed. As comedy, American Dreamz is hilarious. full review
  2. Confessions of a Dangerous Mind 2002 Reinforces the talents of screenwriter Charlie Kaufman, creator of Adaptation and Being John Malkovich. full review
  3. The Hours 2002 Some moviegoers may interpret The Hours as waving a banner for gay life. Actually, it waves a banner for individuality in a world that does not always sanction such a stance. full review
  4. Merci Pour le Chocolat 2000 A tasty appetizer that leaves you wanting more. full review
  5. Our Song 2000 It says something positive about human resilience under duress. full review
  6. Music of the Heart 1999 Music of the Heart doesn't take you anywhere you haven't been before, but it's still an enjoyable ride. full review
  7. Jack Frost 1998 Predictable! full review
  8. /titles/199824 Offers its audience a long and winding road, with refreshing pauses. And it proves that mega-budgets have not spoiled Tim Burton's vision. full review
  9. /titles/197819 Warm and likable -- and, during the holidays, warm and likable is often what moviegoers want. full review
  10. /titles/199834 It's a carefully layered, tautly directed and superbly acted psychological thriller. full review
  11. /titles/199810 Contains so many layers that you'll want to see it more than once. It's one for the memory books. full review
  12. /titles/197826 Ms. Stroman's efforts to open up the play lack imagination, and all the musical numbers probably worked better on stage. full review