Don't forget the actors

Michael Sragow reminds us that directors aren't the only ones to praise when a movie is good.

By Read by Michael Sragow
October 30, 2000 8:39PM (UTC)
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Salon columnist Michael Sragow was a movie critic and an editor at Rolling Stone, and writes on film for the New Yorker and other publications. Listen to his weekly audio recordings discussing movies and DVDs.

This week Sragow cites two films in which superior acting really made the movies the successes they became: "Best in Show" and "Dr. T and the Women."

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