Articles tagged not enough time to read

10 Jan 2002 // 3:00 PM

Charlotte Gray (2001)

The obvious reason for the glut of overly celebratory WWII films of the past few years is nostalgia for a time in American life when things like international politics and warfare were clear-cut.

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10 Jan 2002 // 3:00 PM

Charlotte Gray (2001)

... challenges the national ideologies, nostalgia and idealization that have become so commonplace in popular cultural imaginings of the 'great war'.

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9 Jan 2002 // 1:00 AM

The Deer Camp is about 20 miles into the next county, five miles down a winding stretch of dirt road, and smack in the middle of 200 acres of forest and swamp.

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The old Broadway show gag comes to mind, 'No one liked it, only the public'.

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9 Jan 2002 // 1:00 AM

The Practice

The attorneys on ABC's 'The Practice' can't catch a break.

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8 Jan 2002 // 1:00 AM

The Stories of Alice Adams by Alice Adams

Her collection covers love in all its forms.

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Pakistan: In the Shadow of Jihad and Afghanistan by Mary Anne Weaver

A brilliant and insightful account of an important nation that is in the midst of a serious identity crisis.

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8 Jan 2002 // 1:00 AM

100 Years of Harley Davidson by Willie G. Davidson

No company has done more to perpetuate the Biker myth.

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Jocks 2: Coming Out to Play by Dan Woog

Masculinity is more than hair on your back and ball scratching.

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8 Jan 2002 // 1:00 AM

The Hours by Michael Cunningham

A meditation on creation, destruction, ordinariness, sanity-insanity and the fine line between the two.

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The Feud that Sparked the Renaissance: How Brunelleschi and Ghiberti Changed the Art World by Paul R

He proposes a reasonable and engaging thesis -- that in Florence in 1403, two men, Filippo Brunelleschi and Lorenzo Ghiberti, fired the first shots of an artistic revolution that marked 'the beginning of a modern consciousness.'"

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7 Jan 2002 // 3:00 PM

	Various Artists: Samba Bossa Nova

A full 30 years after its introduction, Brazilian bossa nova is more hip than ever, and the whole “lounge” resurgence has only strengthened its suave, romantic

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        Starsailor: Love Is Here

Before the Q magazine awards, a rally of sold out headlining tours, and industry buzz that promised the next Coldplay or Travis, Starsailor was simply

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7 Jan 2002 // 3:00 PM

	Ornette Coleman: At the Golden Circle, Volume One/Two

To press play in a small apartment in Brooklyn in 2002 and be privy to a well-preserved 1965 concert is like activating voodoo in your house. Unseen

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7 Jan 2002 // 1:00 AM

The Shield

As played by new Emmy winner Michael Chiklis, Vic Mackey is casually racist and homicidal, by turns charismatic and appalling.

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3 Jan 2002 // 3:00 PM

Impostor (2001)

Based on a 1953 Philip K. Dick story, the film rehearses the usual Dickish concerns, namely, a male protagonist's loss of identity, confidence, and context in a dystopic SF future.

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24 Dec 2001 // 3:00 PM

Kate & Leopold (2001)

Never mind that Leopold is clueless when it comes to actual labor or the concept of class; as long as he's upper, he has no need to know anything more.

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24 Dec 2001 // 3:00 PM

Ali (2001)

Ali embodies a kind of car-wreck charisma -- arrogant and self-conscious, beautiful and fierce, even on twenty-year-old tape, he can take your breath away. This ability to mesmerize makes Ali who he is, or more accurately, who everyone wants him to be. He's a cipher and a screen onto which viewers might project themselves.

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20 Dec 2001 // 3:00 PM

The Majestic (2001)

PULL.

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20 Dec 2001 // 3:00 PM

Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (2001)

Full-length computer-animated features have, thus far, fallen into the realm of children's fantasy.

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Fave Five: Alpine

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"Australian sextet Alpine's newest album is a fantastic expansion of their joyous pop sound, but two members give us five records apiece that helped define their unique musical identities.

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