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Film

The chance won’t come again

by Niels Strandskov
Published September 18, 2003
Dig 1960s radicalism in "The Weather Underground."

The woods are lovely, dark and deep

by Tom Horgen
Published September 11, 2003
Eli Roth's directorial debut pursues an atavistic kind of horror.

There’s a battle outside ragin’

by Tom Horgen
Published September 11, 2003
Bob Dylan puts a little bite behind his bark in "Masked and Anonymous"

Despairing of success

Published September 4, 2003
The new film about comic book author Harvey Pekar mythologizes a depressing life.

Ripple in still water

by Steven Snyder
Published May 8, 2003
Temporary creations blur the boundary between artiface and nature

Fear and loathing in Cancun

by Gabriel Shapiro
Published May 8, 2003
An ugly, ugly movie for an ugly, ugly homeland

Questions of difference and ‘Identity’

by Steven Snyder
Published May 1, 2003
If you're scared out of your wits by this film, it's probably due to your fear of the dark

Forget all your cares

by Gabriel Shapiro
Published April 24, 2003
Don't hang around and let your problems surround you: There are movie shows

Top of the world

Published April 17, 2003
Brazil's violent gang culture creates an explosive cinematic moment

Divine wind

by Gabriel Shapiro
Published April 17, 2003
A new comedy from "Spinal Tap" creator Christopher Guest lives up to his satiric standard

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