Linda Fiorentino

Reviews

Dogma (1999)
Men In Black (1997)
Unforgettable (1996)
Jade (1995)
Queens Logic (1991)
The Moderns (1988)
After Hours (1985)
Gotcha! (1985)
Vision Quest (1985)

Blog Posts

Interviews

Quirky filmmaker soldiers on

"The raid was so successful," John Dahl was saying, "that at the movie's first test screenings, audiences wouldn't believe it. We had to add titles at the end telling them it was a true story."

Movie Answer Man

Movie Answer Man (04/20/2003)

Q. I just saw "Better Luck Tomorrow" and enjoyed it tremendously. However, most of my friends were disappointed by the ending. I myself would have liked to see more of the characters' reactions to the killing (especially Ben's after Stephanie chooses him). Then I read in a review that Ben's concluding voice-over narrative was modified from the version shown at Sundance in 2002, ostensibly to soften the ending and make the film more palatable for a wider audience. What was different in the original version? (Brian Wong, New York NY)

Movie Answer Man

Movie Answer Man (05/06/2001)

Q. With the enormous critical and financial success of "The Producers" on Broadway, and since the movie is your all-time favorite comedy, I am curious to know how you like the stage version. (Richard Motroni, Redwood City CA)

Festivals & Awards

'Dogma' keeps the faith

CANNES, France -- Kevin Smith's "Dogma" had its first public screening here Friday night, and the world did not end. Not even in the film. The apocalyptic comedy, which has stirred charges of blasphemy in some Catholic circles, played at midnight Friday in the festival, after press screenings earlier in the day. There was much laughter and no visible outrage.

Interviews

Fiorentino Finds Good Ways to Be Bad

`I have this terminal condition called bitchiness, right?" Linda Fiorentino smiled, and tossed her hair back from her forehead. Straight, black hair, framing dark eyes that level with you. Just the way she looked in "The Last Seduction," and just the way she looks in "Jade."

Movie Answer Man

Movie Answer Man (11/27/1994)

Q. We agree that Linda Fiorentino's work in "The Last Seduction" is one of the most amazing performances of the year. But since the movie played briefly on cable, does that mean she is not eligible for an Academy Award nomination? (Harris and Petronella Allsworth, Chicago)