Thursday, November 7 2002
'Fiction' and 'reality' aren't so much opposites as they are of a piece.
We discovered, in the most painful and tragic way, that we're not so safe, after all.
Mature and self-confident, Ana rejects traditional notions of a woman's worth.
Rebecca Romijn-Stamos' central function is looking great and so, confounding various men around her.
Just beneath this conservative façade lies a complicated and progressive commentary on the present that Todd Haynes leaves to the viewer to interpret.
Such fictionalizing ensures Eminem's lovability, across all categories.
Biggie and Tupac is best when it's not making assertions (most of which are not new and most of which are going to be tedious to anyone who's read anything about the cases in the past).
Wednesday, November 6 2002