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	The Marshall Tucker Band: The Marshall Tucker Band Live From the Garden State 1981

“YeeeHaaw”. The good ol’ country boys are back to make some foot-stomping, Southern-fried rock of the down-south, sweet home Carolina variety. Pull out your white

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	The Flatlanders / Susan Tedeschi / Robert Earle Keen / Steve Earle: Live from Austin TX [CD and DVD

Live from Austin TX was first broadcast as a 30-minute segment on the acclaimed television show Austin City Limits, a program that initially aired as

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Stargate SG-1: Season 7

Colonel O'Neill's principal interest is neither exploration nor humanitarian support, but the search for novel weapon technologies.

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1 Nov 2004 // 1:00 AM

Harsh Realm

Harsh Realm lacks sci-fi gadgetry, set in shantytowns where people have handguns and old hoopty cars that look like prime candidates for Pimp My Ride.

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1 Nov 2004 // 1:00 AM

Walking Tall (2004)

Kevin Bray sees his Walking Tall as a series of fight sequences, a simplification that leaves it open to interpretation as a barometer of our political climate.

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1 Nov 2004 // 1:00 AM

Unprecedented: The 2000 Presidential Election (2003)

Under these conditions, the film suggests, another Florida is not only likely, but probable.

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The Untouchables: Special Collector’s Edition (1987)

It's a story of a (nearly lone) lawman standing up against the bad guys, replete with a High Noon type showdown.

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1 Nov 2004 // 1:00 AM

Michael Moore DVD Collector’s Set (2004)

Bowling for Columbine's most effective device is Moore's own lack of answers; he sets up argument after argument, only to see each one crumble in the face of evidence and reality.

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1 Nov 2004 // 1:00 AM

National Lampoon Presents: Dorm Daze (2003)

Plays like the last two minutes of all the worst episodes of Frasier stitched together.

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Around the World in 80 Days (2004)

'Actually,' Frank Coraci begins his commentary for Around the World in 80 Days, 'I never wanted to do a director's commentary.'"

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Lost in Space: Season 2, Vol. 1

In Season Two, dialogue is no longer inventive and intense, but oddly comic, suggesting that everyone involved in the shoddy space stories, even the badly costumed creatures, are in on the gag.

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Broadway: The American Musical

Even if it sometimes fails to give powerful figures their full due, Broadway: The American Musical offers an outstanding overview of a decidedly American art form.

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27 Oct 2004 // 1:00 AM

Straw Dogs (2004)

Perhaps David's decision is heroic, given the circumstances, but the accumulated images of his passivity remind the viewer that better choices.

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27 Oct 2004 // 1:00 AM

Love Me If You Dare (2004)

The violence of their romance is striking, sometimes moving, and always disturbing, even as metaphor.

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Friday the 13th: From Crystal Lake to Manhattan (1980-1989)

Like most slasher movie monsters, Jason's a victim as much as a killer, driven to express his rage in the only way he can.

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The Fairly Oddparents: Channel Chasers (2004)

The Fairly Oddparents is damn funny, primarily because creator Butch Hartman speaks in a rapid patter of pop culture references.

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27 Oct 2004 // 1:00 AM

Deadline (2004)

Watching the families of both the victims and the prisoners grapple with the enormity of their losses can be torturous.

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Breakin’ All the Rules: Special Edition (2004)

All rules of attraction and self-definition are just off when it comes to the utterly beautiful and notoriously nice Chestnut.

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	Calexico: World Drifts In—Live at the Barbican London [DVD]

In November of 2002 just months before the release of Feast of Wire, their exquisite 2003 album, Calexico performed in London as part of the Further Beyond

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18 Oct 2004 // 1:00 AM

Tess (Special Edition) (1979)

It is the emphasis, in both Hardy's novel and Polanski's skillful adaptation, on Tess as an individual that makes her story timeless.

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