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Film

A labyrinth of pain

by Tom Horgen
Published January 22, 2004
"Monster" describes half the reasons Aileen Wuornos died.

Nothing is free

by Tom Horgen
Published December 11, 2003
"In America" tries its best, but it can't escape Spielberg-like schmaltz.

Pick your poison

by Tom Horgen
Published December 11, 2003
"House of Sand and Fog" interrogates gender and race in a particularly non-Hollywood fashion.

Honor among thieves

by Tom Horgen
Published December 4, 2003
The Hollywood machine chews up Japanese history and spits out colonialist fantasy.

Beyond black and white

by Tom Horgen
Published December 4, 2003
Ron Howard's latest film can't escape his simplistic worldview.

Something completely different

by Gabriel Shapiro
Published December 4, 2003
A retrospective of Iranian animation shows there's more to life than what you see on MTV.

Mondays with Ray

by Gabriel Shapiro
Published November 20, 2003
The Oak Street Cinema presents a four-film showcase of Satyajit Ray's best-known work.

Tales from the crypt

by Tom Horgen
Published November 20, 2003
Tupac narrates his life story even though he's dead.

Dante’s inferno

Published November 11, 2003
Brendan Fraser fans might want to avert their eyes for "Looney Tunes: Back in Action."

It’s a man’s world

by Niels Strandskov
Published November 6, 2003
What's in your heart doesn't matter as much as what's between your legs.

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