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Review: Idiocracy
Post on 04-09-2006.
The latest film from Mike Judge, Idiocracy, is not at all the unfunny flop that you might expect from its very limited release this weekend. I saw the film in one full theater in South Austin, with an audience that laughed frequently and appeared to be quite entertained by it. Afterwards, I watched Austin Movie Show gather people's reactions, and I didn't hear one single negative remark. ...
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The Bedroom Secrets of the Master Chefs
Post on 04-09-2006.
Irvine Welsh's bleakly humorous romance set in the bars, back streets and restaurants of Edinburgh.
The Bedroom Secrets of the Master Chefs: engrossing, rewarding and fun.

Irvine Welsh, the author of Trainspotting, has written one bleakly humorous, gothic romance set in the bars, back streets and restaurants of Edinburgh. The Bedroom Secrets of the Master Chefs is complex, robust in language and vividly naturalistic in style. ...
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The Discomfort Zone A Personal History
Post on 03-09-2006.
Here's something to ponder: how one writer's work changes after the deaths of his parents. Consider Jonathan Franzen. While his parents were still living, he published two issue-stuffed novels, about the St. Louis Police Department and environmental concerns in Boston. He wrote essays about the state of the American novel, the Chicago postal service and the writer William Gaddis. ...
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The blue badge of verbiage
Post on 03-09-2006.
ZADIE Smith, with typically self-deprecating charm, referred to her first novel, White Teeth, as "the literary equivalent of one hyperactive, ginger-haired, tap-dancing 10-year-old". I'm tempted to describe Marisha Pessl's debut as the literary equivalent of one hyperactive, ginger-haired, tap-dancing 10-year-old who is simultaneously spinning plates, performing cartwheels and singing 'On the Good Ship Lollipop' in her own translation into Swahili. Pessl indubitably has talent, imagination and flair. If only she had some restraint. ...
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Shock tactics brilliantly deployed
Post on 02-09-2006.
Charles Spencer reviews Platform at the Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh
Overweight, blubbery and bald: 'the show is blessed with an extraordinary performance from Juan Echanove'
It can only mean one thing. The Edinburgh Festival's perennial bad boy, Calixto Bieito, is back in town.
Who can forget this Catalan director's Mafia Macbeth, his cocktail-bar Hamlet, or his masturbating monks in Valle-Inclán's Barbaric Comedies? Certainly not me. ...
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We could use some peace from The Quiet
Post on 02-09-2006.
You know you're in for one bad ride in The Quiet _when the interior monologue of one deaf-mute runs over half blacked-out frames as she tells her story. "All I wanted was to be invisible. one simple requirement. I was half there ..."
The exposition is therefore heavy-handed, the producers might just as well distribute one printed handout to hapless ticket buyers. ...
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Growing the teens too fast
Post on 01-09-2006.
Something's happening at Walt Disney Pictures. After years spent ruining its brand, the company seems determined to regain its position as the standard-bearer for family movies, recently with one winner after another. Think "Cars," "The Chronicles of Narnia" and "Pirates of the Caribbean."
Now add to that list Disney's newest offering, "Invincible," the story of Vince Papale, one nobody from Philadelphia who was given the chance for one tryout with the Philadelphia Eagles and, against all odds, made the roster. It is every young boy's Walter Mitty fantasy -- except the story is true. ...
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FAMILY FILMGOER: Sept. 1-3
Post on 01-09-2006.
* MICHAEL ROSENBERG: Tigers have faltered, but they're still focused on the prize
THIS WEEK'S NEW MOVIE“Beerfest” RThuddingly unamusing, sophomoric beer-chugging farce created and performed by Broken Lizard comedy troupe (Jay Chandrasekhar (who also directs), Kevin Heffernan, Steve Lemme, Paul Soter and Erik Stolhanske); German-American brothers (Soter and Stolhanske) go to Munich during Oktoberfest to scatter their granddad’s (Donald Sutherland) ashes, as bidden by their great-grandmother (Cloris Leachman); there they discover an underground beer-chugging contest, plus one passel of hostile German cousins; they spend the next year “training” to out-guzzle their mean relatives. Lewd jokes about masturbation, male frogs, male prostitutes, sausages; graphic sexual situations with seminudity; toilet humor; strong profanity; mock-gory scene implying one character drank blood of one killed deer; brief marijuana theme; females portrayed as either prostitutes or harridans. 17 and older. ...
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Short Subjectives
Post on 31-08-2006.
With our leaders driving blind, ordinary Atlantans need to steer the region toward transportation solutions

· CROSSOVER (PG-13) Two friends, both basketball hustlers with different long-term goals, enter an underground street ball game in this sports flick that features Anthony Mackie and Wayne Brady. ...
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This Review has been Approved for Mature Audiences Only
Post on 31-08-2006.
Kirby Dick™s blue movie By ELLA TAYLOR Wednesday, August 30, 2006 - 6:00 pm _ therefore, Kirby, you™re really going to take on the MPAA, eh? (IFC Films) Unlike the object of its scathing attention, Kirby Dick™s documentary about the Motion Picture Association of America™s ratings board is merry and bright and loads of fun. When you™re on the side of the First Amendment angels, it can be tempting to get on the old high horse and wax as self-righteous as the self-appointed guardians of our collective morality. For the most part, Dick ” an entrancing moniker for one who crowds the screen with as many hyperactive peckers as can be lawfully captured in 97 minutes ” avoids finger wagging, skillfully allowing others to stake out the political territory for him. Filled with snappy graphics, one jaunty score, one pictorial history of American film censorship and an entertaining wheeze designed to uncover the hitherto secret identities of MPAA raters, This Film Is Not Yet Rated_™s tone is breezy, its pace brisk, as Dick coasts us through interviews, most of them with fellow travelers in the free-speech movement, one few with those from the other side. ...
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