Volume 96, Issue 19
Tuesday October 1, 2002

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LAST UPDATED: Tuesday October 1, 2002 - 4:45 p.m.

THEATRE REVIEW: Blithe Spirit
We love ghosts! Three perspectives on Blithe

The opening night of Noel Coward's Blithe Spirit saw fantastic performances from the entire cast. Most notably, they all managed to pull off British accents that sounded neither forced nor fake – a tough challenge for even the most experienced actors.



MOVIE REVIEW: Sweet Home Alabama
Alabama is anything but sweet

What is there to say about Sweet Home Alabama? It was predictable, unamusing and a stereotypical romantic comedy.



MOVIE REVIEW: The Tuxedo
The negative triple threat strikes again

The Tuxedo is like one of those rental tuxes you pick up for your senior prom – it looks decent enough on the outside, but once you put it on, you notice the jacket is too tight, the pants are too long and it has a strange odor.



CD REVIEW: Dave Pirner
Soul Asylum is dead

On his debut solo outing, Soul Asylum frontman Dave Pirner seems to be trying to get his groove back. The album's largest shortcoming is its lack of originality.



CD REVIEW: Disturbed
Disturbing as ever

Faced with the daunting task of creating a release that lives up to all the hype, Disturbed have produced an album that sounds exactly like their first.

 

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