Monday, June 3 2002
Sunday, June 2 2002
They didn't need a presentation by the mayor to give them the keys to Las Vegas; they owned Vegas in all of its bohemian glory.
Friday, May 31 2002
Peppered with Chappellian hilarities (and the man can riff), it is more like Austin Powers than a hard-hitting satire, minus Mike Meyers' mania, plus Lee's deft direction and Griffin's own brand of energy.
A new comedy from Israel, could be funnier in a lot of ways, and more serious in others.
At their best, documentaries can offer revelatory vistas of neglected worlds. These films offer singular perspectives -- they make journalism and artistic expression seem inextricable.
The subject of CQ is Paul, artist, coffee-drinker, American in Paris.
Thursday, May 30 2002
The Last Broadcast is far from a poor album. In fact, it has the elements of a great album, but it sounds like they got stuck halfway through or decided they had enough singles and cobbled the rest together hastily.
Tom Clancy's novels and the movies they spawn have never had much truck with credibility.
[The office] is a penitentiary for the non-criminal, and a continually witty and dry visual joke.
I'm about to argue the cultural significance of a cartoon about a robot boy with machine-guns in his butt-cheeks.
Wednesday, May 29 2002