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Thursday, November 8 2001

Shallow Hal (2001)

Jack Black is always a pleasure. Irony, weirdness, perversion -- he has it all. It was only a matter of time before Hollywood came a-knocking.

Shallow Hal (2001)

What is unfortunate about 'Hal' is that while the Farrellys' previous offerings were, for all their sophomoric dick and fart humor, somewhat good-spirited, their new film is just plain old mean.

Heist (2001)

[David Mamet's] language, severe and spare, actually sounds quite human comin

Wednesday, November 7 2001

I Want My Gay TV

Much like Justice Potter Stewart's definition of pornography, '. . . I know it when I see it', I know the 'gay sensibility' when I see it.

Tuesday, November 6 2001

Elvis Costello

David Axelrod: self-titled (Reviews) [5.Nov.01]
The One (2001) (Reviews) [1.Nov.01]
Monsters, Inc. (2001) (Reviews) [1.Nov.01]
    Angie Stone: Mahogany Soul (Reviews) [29.Oct.01]
Kittie: Oracle (Reviews) [29.Oct.01]
Enrique Iglesias: Escape (Reviews) [29.Oct.01]
Broadway Project: Compassion (Reviews) [29.Oct.01]
The Draculas’ Hometown (Columns) [24.Oct.01]
Linkin Park: Hybrid Theory (Reviews) [23.Oct.01]
The Strokes (Reviews) [22.Oct.01]
Raul Malo: Today (Reviews) [22.Oct.01]
    Mogwai: My Father My King (Reviews) [22.Oct.01]
Elk City: The Sea is Fierce (Reviews) [22.Oct.01]
DMX: The Great Depression (Reviews) [22.Oct.01]
Harry Connick Jr.: 30 (Reviews) [22.Oct.01]
Don Byron: You Are #6 (Reviews) [22.Oct.01]
Various Artists: Hallelujah (Reviews) [21.Oct.01]
Aphex Twin: Drukqs (Reviews) [21.Oct.01]
Low (Reviews) [18.Oct.01]
Focus (2001) (Reviews) [18.Oct.01]
The Breeders (Reviews) [17.Oct.01]
Basement Jaxx (Reviews) [17.Oct.01]
Steve Reich: Triple Quartet (Reviews) [15.Oct.01]
    New Order: Get Ready (Reviews) [15.Oct.01]
Jane Siberry: City (Reviews) [11.Oct.01]
Tori Amos (Reviews) [9.Oct.01]
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