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24 Hour Party People, Barbershop, Stealing Harvard and Swimfan

0 Comments · Thursday, September 12, 2002
24 HOUR PARTY PEOPLE-- A not-so-simple tale of sex, drugs and one of the defining moments in music history. Tony Wilson (Steve Coogan), inspired at a Sex Pistols gig, decides to start a new record l  

Fear Dot Com, Love and a Bullet, Possession, Serving Sara and Underground Zero

0 Comments · Thursday, August 29, 2002
FEAR DOT COM-- Haunted cemeteries and shadowy back alleys are yesterday's news when it comes to 21st-century horror. Today's best scares can be found on the Internet. At least that's the premise for  

Pluto Nash, Blue Crush, The Good Girl, Serving Sara and Undisputed

0 Comments · Thursday, August 22, 2002
THE ADVENTURES OF PLUTO NASH-- Director Ron Underwood's outer space comedy sucks all the spunk out of the once raunchy Eddie Murphy's comic persona. I don't mind Murphy playing warm and fuzzy, as lo  

Lovely & Amazing, Martin Lawrence, Master of Disguise, The Naked City and Signs

0 Comments · Thursday, August 1, 2002
LOVELY & AMAZING-- Lovely & Amazing, the new comedy from writer/director Nicole Holofcener (Walking and Talking) provides a welcome escape from a summer season of computer-generated images of heroic  

CQ, The Crocodile Hunter, Dark Days, Eight Legged Freaks, Halloween, K:19, Reign of Fire and Stuart Little 2

0 Comments · Thursday, July 18, 2002
* CQ -- Writer/director Roman Coppola follows in his famous father's filmmaking footsteps with this sly movie-within-a-movie comedy inspired by Roger Vadim's 1967 film Barbarella. In 1969 Paris, an