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January 31, 2002
  Bought love and lust in RussiaPDF files may take a moment to load

Wanna have something different? Maybe a smoothie made of romance and drama with a touch of weirdness? Then add a cliché or two, topped with surprise and a grin on the side? Then go see Birthday Girl and you'll get a good mixture.

The characters are neither doctors nor lawyers. You'll find no glamorous make-up and a simple set. Yet, you get all the romance and bizarre drama you could ask for. The unusual story grabs you and an ensemble of well-chosen actors and a smart central thread keeps the movie going.

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January 17, 2002
  Things we say In the BedroomPDF files may take a moment to load

Go see In the Bedroom. Now. No, put down this paper (actually, fold it up and save it if only for the ticket line) and go see it. Don't read anymore about In the Bedroom. The less you know, the less you've read and the less you've heard, the better.

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January 10, 2002
  Struggles of adolesence soon lost in Fat GirlPDF files may take a moment to load

Coming to terms with one’s sexuality is something that all adolescents eventually deal with. Unfortunately for the girls in Fat Girl, this will never happen.

Fat Girl centres around the over-
weight, practical and sexually

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February 03, 2000
  Scream 3 doesn't measure upPDF files may take a moment to load

If you thought Scream 2 was just like Scream, then low and behold... Scream 3 offers nothing new. The plot offers no new twists and the ending leaves much to be desired. Sadly, Scream 3 will not make you scream out of fright, but make you laugh uncontrollably.

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January 15, 1999
  Thin Flat LinePDF files may take a moment to load

If you're going to see The Thin Red Line, don't make the same mistake
I did and expect something similar to Saving Private Ryan. The Thin Red
Line simply cannot measure up to the movie that is likely to sweep the Oscars
come March. Unfortunately, you probably don't have much of a choice. As
my good buddy Bill Richardson likes to point out, "comparisons are
invidious," but we can't help but make them anyway. Like it or not,
any large-scale World War ii movie made in the next little while is going

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