Thursday, March 13 2003
Crispin Glover is Willard's best special effect.
Distinguishes itself with its fondness for its characters -- hardly a trademark of the Dogme movement.
Gaspar Noé's Irréversible comes at you hard.
Audrey Tautou floats through 'He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not' in a world of her own, embodying a kind of chill that serves the film well.
Benicio Del Toro looks appropriately haunted in The Hunted.
Adrián Caetano uses a lack of financing to his benefit; he keeps his camera on the action, and he keeps the action moving.
Cody Banks' first assignment is to 'get close' to a popular girl whose scientist father is involved with a nanotechnology-based plot to, like, destroy the world and stuff.
Wednesday, March 12 2003
“Global” Tour Things did not look promising. As he and his crate-toting handlers barreled through a crowd of people hanging out near the stage of
Patrick Park never smiled. Patrick Park hardly said a word, but he didn’t need to. There was so much happening in his eyes. Wearing
Mr. Tambourine Man “The bass / the treble / don’t make the rebel / playing the tambourine does.”
“Somebody told me they saw Eric Gaffney today and that he said ‘hi.’ I have a lot of scores to settle, and when I do,
A Cat Power record is reminiscent of a Nick Drake record: no matter how bright the sun is shining outside, Chan Marshall’s music has
Much has been made about Cat Power’s Chan Marshall as a live performer in the same way that much was made about Michael Jordan
What About The Kids? Raising Your Children Before, During, and After Divorce by Judith S. Wallerstei
Dr. Spock and others publish child care books. Well, this is a divorce care book.
Terrorists are using our own systems against us, and inherent in our systems is paranoia.
I was pleasantly surprised to discover [the book] is really about that nearly missing ingredient in today's world -- responsibility -- and its re-release is timely and significant.
There is a certain mystery around femininity that involves china teacups, cigarettes, old-fashioned perfume and a glamorous Sunset Boulevard sort of decay.
[This book] is essential for anyone interested in Hollywood -- particularly its heretofore unwritten past -- and for gays and lesbians looking to recover some of their history.
Sunday, March 9 2003
As an unathletic, bespectacled, bookish type, it was practically fated that I’d become a rabid Elvis Costello fan. Slights against my hero were taken
It was only meant as a joke in the first place. The Pet Shop Boys gave their first few releases cute titles, so people would