Articles tagged not enough time to read

9 Jun 2003 // 1:00 AM

Eat a Bowl of Tea (1989)

Wayne Wang portrays the challenges of forging an Asian American sexuality within a racialized politics of desire.

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9 Jun 2003 // 1:00 AM

Electra, My Love (1974)

How many different ways can the protagonist say, 'I, Electra, will not forget'?.

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9 Jun 2003 // 1:00 AM

Charlie’s Angels (2000)

'Can you imagine Drew and Cameron and Lucy fighting in this capacity? It would be so sexy! It would be so exciting!'.

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9 Jun 2003 // 1:00 AM

Belle époque (1992)

Allows us to have our pleasure both ways.

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9 Jun 2003 // 1:00 AM

The Black Marble (1980)

Harry Dean Stanton uncovers the pain beneath the punchlines.

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	Earlimart: Everyone Down Here

If Earlimart play a sad kind of music, and they mostly do, it’s still tempered by the blue California skies and the hopelessly optimistic

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	Dropkick Murphys: Blackout

The Dropkick Murphys cite several Irish, Celtic, and punk rock groups as their influences, but this album is dedicated to three deceased musicians and friends—

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6 Jun 2003 // 1:00 AM

Wrong Turn (2003)

You keep expecting the monster to pop up and git her, and by gum, it does.

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6 Jun 2003 // 1:00 AM

2 Fast 2 Furious (2003)

Tyrese brings appropriate rage, outstanding musculature, and welcome comedy to the proceedings.

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L’Auberge Espagnole (2002)

Celebrates rather than laments the loss of fixed identities.

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Gigantic (A Tale of Two Johns) (2003)

Flansburgh and Linnell's chemistry gives the impression that almost anyone could capture them at their best.

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6 Jun 2003 // 1:00 AM

Garmento (2003)

Is anyone really shocked to find out that Calvin Klein-level designers are fey, waffling, deluded egomaniacs that willingly surround themselves with babysitting sycophants?"

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6 Jun 2003 // 1:00 AM

Blue Car (2003)

High schooler Meg (Agnes Bruckner) has good reasons to be angry.

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	Nobukazu Takemura: Assembler/Assembler 2

Noise keeps us honest. We have this annoying tendency to think that all music springs from the Great Pop Oversoul, full-grown and beautiful, rather than

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	Reckless Kelly: Under the Table & Above the Sun

Reckless Kelly have oodles of people to thank on their liner notes—from Steve Earle letting them use guitars to The Sopranos to Kim Richey

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5 Jun 2003 // 11:00 PM

	Tom Russell: Modern Art

Tom Russell has always, first and foremost, been a writer. I even hesitate to say songwriter. Critically acclaimed for years over about a dozen releases,

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	Jazzanova: Jazzanova Remixed

Jazzanova‘s music has always been, in some way, about reinvention and reinterpretation. They’re best known as remixers extraordinaire, but even their original stuff,

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	Broken Social Scene: You Forgot It in People

When Toronto indie rock collective Broken Social Scene released their second album, called You Forgot It in People, in October of 2002, the music press in

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Portastatic: The Summer of the Shark

The Summer of the Shark stubbornly refuses to be memorable, becoming less distinct and more elusive with each listen. This perpetual anonymity benefits some songs, allowing the subtle mood swings they chronicle to surprise with each listen.

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	Parliament: Mothership Connection

People talk all the time about the genius of Frank Zappa, how he created a musical universe that was all his own, how he was

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