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Thursday, August 22 2002

Serving Sara (2002)

'My job sucks,' says Joe (Matthew Perry) at the beginning of Reginald Hudlin's peculiar romantic comedy.


One Hour Photo (2002)

Neatly, ominously, the film composes a bleak vision of Sy's consumption of and by his culture.


I’m Going Home (2001)

I'm Going Home not only retains its heart, but expands it until the film's emotional power is almost too much to handle.


I Am Trying to Break Your Heart (2002)

The apotheosis of a very good band, Sam Jones' I Am Trying to Break Your Heart begs the question of whether merely very good bands deserve to be deified.


Harvard Man (2001)

Harvard Man's refusal to pass judgment on characters' drug use is troubling.


The Adventures of Pluto Nash (2002)

The Adventures of Pluto Nash is a whole lot of nada.


Wednesday, August 21 2002

Tricky: Tricky: A Ruff Guide

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Tegan and Sara: If It Was You

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The Trouble with Sweeney: Play Karen and Others

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Trabant: Moment of Truth

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Big Jack Johnson with Kim Wilson: The Memphis Barbecue Sessions

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Calvin Johnson: What Was Me

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DJ Cheb i Sabbah: Krishna Lila

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Paul Westerberg

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Television

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90 Day Men + Prosaics

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Nick Lowe + Bill Kirchen

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Norah Jones

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Drive-By Truckers

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DJ Spooky

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