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2. "The Long Goodbye" from "Chinatown"

3. '3 women' -- Altman's surreal dream

4. '5 and dime'

5. 'Aria' fantasies : Directors' shot at operatic roulette

6. 'Brewster' pic mixture of ideas, brilliant, juvenile

9. 'Company,' Altman's dance film with legs

10. 'Doonesbury' throws ringer into race

11. 'Goodbye' lacks Chandler flavor

12. 'Gosford's' Altman says he's a proud American

13. 'Health' makes festival appearance

14. 'Healthy' laughs about politics

16. 'Long goodbye' a clever movie

17. 'Long goodbye' at Trans-Lux East

18. 'Long goodbye' returns

19. 'M*A*S*H' mangles film-making axiom

20. 'Mash' man is winging it again

21. 'McCabe & Mrs. Miller' : a sneaky-great movie

22. 'My fourth comeback'

23. 'Nashville' tars majority with flaws of few

24. 'Nashville,' lively film of many parts

25. 'Quintet' is no 'Sleeper'

26. 'Ready to wear'

28. 'Ready' gets OK to use sexy ads

29. 'Ready' hangs on a thread

30. 'Ready-to-wear' gets dressing down

31. 'Secret honor'

32. 'Secret honor' : Dramatic light on Nixon

33. 'Short cuts' illuminates the ordinary

34. 'The player' : What's so funny?

35. 'The player' : ticket to ride

36. 'Thieves like us' -- subdued, evocative drama

37. 'Thieves like us' stays in the memory

38. 3 women

39. 3 women

40. 3 women

41. 3 women

42. A critics' duet on 'Nashville'

43. A critics' duet on Nashville

44. A curious spectacle

45. A dance critic's take on The Company

46. A dancer's life

47. A depression romance

48. A doughty Lillian Gish takes a fresh fling at comedy

49. A glance back at today's campaign

50. A gumshoe adrift, lost in the '70s