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Tibet House's 2020 US Benefit Concert Rocked with Iggy Pop and Patti Smith

Patti Smith brought down the house at the annual Tibet House benefit as she first paid tribute to Kurt Cobain and Allen Ginsberg with "About a Boy" and "Don't Say Nothing'".

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3 Needles (2005)

3 Needles' point is well taken, even if its melodrama is underwhelming.

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Greys Anatomy

Grey's Anatomy is a well cast and beautifully shot soap opera, with characters we can love and hate and a soundtrack of frequently marvelous music.

Roger Holland
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The Night Listener (2006)

Tapping into recent public outrages over writers who lie, The Night Listener's indictments are drearily unsubtle.

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Hard Candy (2005)

David Slade's film is discomforting, pressing at collective nerves exposed by any number of recent 'investigative reports' on child predators.

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Grey's Anatomy

Confession and communication aren't the norm at Seattle Grace. Instead, the hospital crew all harbor secrets.

Samantha Bornemann
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Sideways (2004)

Amid the road-tripping and the boy bonding, it is Maya who resonates at last.

Cynthia Fuchs
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Sideways (2004)

On the DVD, the actors gamely compete with self- mocking descriptions of themselves and each other.

Jesse Hassenger
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Grey's Anatomy

Melodramatic? Sure, but in a rousing, manipulating, on-with-the-show kind of way.

Samantha Bornemann
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Sideways (2004)

Always a resourceful, thoughtful performer, Virginia Madsen almost offsets Sideways' overriding, occasionally prosaic interest in the boys' journey.

Cynthia Fuchs
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Rick (2003)

Seventeen years after Oliver Stone's Wall Street, suggesting that capitalism is corrosive to the soul is old hat.

Bobby Simmons
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Under the Tuscan Sun (2003)

She's yearning for love, or independence, or a lasting exit from the States, where melancholy memories surround her.

Cynthia Fuchs
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