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All posts by Randy Shulman

  • Jack's Back

    A little too low key for its own good, About Schmidt amounts to much less than the sum of its parts. ''I don't know whether...

  • First Lady of Leather

    Photography by Todd Franson ''Many times, I see people who I call ‘sniffers.' They come to the hotel where MAL is held and look around...

  • Finest Hours

    The Hours is perhaps the most improbable mainstream-oriented movie to emerge from Hollywood this year. A character-study mood piece that envelops you like a mist,...

  • Killer Diller

    Razzle-dazzling: Gere A musical is only as great as its songs. Which would make John Kander and Fred Ebb's Chicago one of the greatest musicals...

  • Film

    Was it my imagination or were movies actually better in 2002? Certainly, the record-breaking box office reflected the willingness of moviegoers to give an big...

  • Towering

    Hobbit hunt: Wood Kneel, George Lucas, to the shrine of Peter Jackson. Ye have met your match. With The Lord of the Rings: The Two...

  • Untapped

    Comrades in misery: Crystal and DeNiro It doesn't take the finely honed skills of a movie critic to formulate a practical analysis of Analyze That....

  • Space Waste

    Picard on someone your own size: Stewart The real nemesis faced by the crew of the Enterprise in Star Trek Nemesis is not the angry...

  • 26 Questions for Melissa Etheridge (2002)

    Melissa Etheridge answers the Nightlife Coverboy questions.

  • Melissa Etheridge: The Metro Weekly Interview

    Melissa Etheridge's staunch refusal to compromise her artistry has allowed her to remain true -- to her fans, to her music, and to herself.

  • Un-scary Movie

    Regan and Marc Blucas Wes Craven Presents: They is a lumbering, dull excursion about creatures who cause night terrors in children and, for some unexplained...

  • Bond Unbound

    You only live twenty times: Brosnan and Berry ''You're no use to anyone now, '' growls M (Judi Dench) to James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) as...

  • History Lessons

    Photography by Michael Wichita ''I can't believe they got it wrong. '' Edward Phillips stands among thirteen packing crates in the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum's...

  • Rhapsodic

    8 Mile High: Eminem      It's not easy for a pop sensation to cross over from the cozy confines of the recording studio to the...

  • Shooting Gallery

    Taking aim: Moore A tourniquet wouldn't stop the rush of bleeding heart liberalism that accompanies the films of Michael Moore. Not to oversimplify things, but...