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The Minnesota Daily

Serving the UMN community since 1900

The Minnesota Daily

Serving the UMN community since 1900

The Minnesota Daily

All content by Michael Goller

Diverse festivals celebrate diverse film, part 2

Published October 19, 2001

On the heels of National Coming Out Week, the 12th annual Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Film Festival opens today at the U Film's Bell Auditorium and Heights Theater in Minneapolis. Touted as...

Romano holiday

Published October 12, 2001

Corky Romano Directed by Rob Pritts (Chris Kattan, Vinessa Shaw, Peter Falk, Matthew Glave) Rated: PG13   Corky Romano has a scene where veterinarian/FBI agent/mobster's son Corky (Chris Kattan) wrestles...

Vampire Hookers finds a home at the Heights

Published July 27, 2001

On Saturday, July 28 - two weeks after the original scheduled performance - Atomic Shock Theater will finally get the chance to present the B-movie Vampire Hookers. But rather than screening the film on...

An experiment in love and art

Published July 18, 2001

Have you ever jetted to the grocery store for just a gallon of milk but found yourself wandering the aisles to catch another glimpse of that athletic blonde in the dairy section? For those of us who answered...

Veber opens doors; sheds light on The Closet

Published July 6, 2001

A recent visit to promote his new film The Closet (Le Placard) brought French writer/director Francis Veber to the Cities where we were able to discuss the film. Veber also dished out the real deal on...

Disney diverts from recent formula

Published June 15, 2001

Though the title Atlantis might invoke thoughts of a magical underwater kingdom, there is no Jamaican crustacean belting out "Under the Sea." Disregarding the musical numbers, dance routines and extravagant...

Pearl Harbor set to bomb box office

Published May 25, 2001

Pearl Harbor Directed by Michael Bay (Ben Affleck, Josh Hartnett, Kate Beckinsale, Cuba Gooding, Jr.) Rated: PG13 Director Michael Bay and producer Jerry Bruckheimer have a powerful record behind them....