By Amy Linden
Updated February 05, 1993 at 05:00 AM EST

This little slice of neopsychedelic hell has more zoom shots than Wayne’s World. And when Sofia Coppola, playing a junkie, stumbles around Times Square, the camera angles are enough to make you woozy. On top of all the stylishly tawdry excess in Sometimes Salvation, The Black Crowes’ lead singer Chris Robinson, resplendent in a feather-collared coat and beard, manages to pay homage to Mick the Film Legend. B

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