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Day To Remember

enzel Washington and Ethan Hawke's new police thriller Training Day is as solid as mainstream Hollywood movies come.


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Gothic Wonder-Creek

We don't care what happened with Pacey. There's no burning desire to discover where Jen's going to college.


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You Need Therapy & Beyond

ore neurotic than Seinfeld, more frank than Sex and the City, Beyond Therapy is a colorful look at that special quality that makes us human--imperfection.


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Braking Out

Turin Brakes are nice guys. You know the type--sensitive chaps. There will always be a place for the nice guys in music, if only because they're so damned earnest.


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Atlantis Sinks

Five years ago, a director named Scott Hicks was the talk of the town--he had completed the dark and inspiring Shine, a noble film. Since then he has slouched--twice.


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Tenacious Mettle

orget about what Bono said at last year's Grammys: there's a new band competing for the title of Best Band in the World. They're fat, they're foul-mouthed and one of them is bald. They're Tenacious D.


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Jump for Joy

o refer to Jump, Little Children's new offering, Vertigo, as merely the "long-awaited follow-up to their last album" would be quite the understatement.


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Stayin' Alive

Live's aptly titled fifth album, V, may sound a little different than their previous releases at first, but it doesn't last long.


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Silly Bob Thornton

He wears a vial of wife Angelina Jolie's dried blood around his neck and fancies himself the reincarnation of Benjamin Franklin.


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West Wing Flies High

It was a bold experiment and a remarkable television event. Only 23 days after the tragic events of Sept. 11, a prime-time drama addressed the terrorist attacks on New York City and Washington, D.C.