Volume 96, Issue 7
Tuesday September 10, 2002
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LAST UPDATED: Tuesday, September 10, 2002 - 1:30 p.m.

De Niro attempts to save sinking City by the Sea

Over the last few years, Robert De Niro has settled into a rut of playing, well, Robert De Niro. Thankfully, City by The Sea is different.



Even CPR couldn't save Swimfan

Swimfan is not "Fatal Attraction for teenagers." That line is simply a false marketing ploy spread by Twentieth Century Fox.



Almost Famous COLUMN: From Idol to joke

Last Wednesday, the final episode of American Idol aired, being described by its hosts as "a moment in television history."

If this is indeed the case, then we as a society must learn from this piece of history so that it is never, ever repeated.



VIDEO GAME REVIEW: Stuntman

The new game from the makers of the successful Driver series is everything that the title implies. You are a professional stuntman and your job is to jump, crash and swerve your way through a variety of death defying stunts. And yes, you get paid to do it.



New fall dramas dream to fly

Mary J. Blige says no more drama, but TV networks say "Screw that!" Here are some of the new dramas being unleashed upon us for the upcoming TV season.



The incomplete guide to upcoming CDs to burn

The following is an incomplete list of the upcoming September and October music releases we here at The Gazette deem to be noteworthy. Of course, due to the nature of the industry, less than half of these albums will be released on time, so consider most of these dates "tentative."



CD REVIEW: Queens of the Stone Age - Songs for the Deaf

If you haven't heard of Queens of the Stone Age yet, you can expect to hear much more about them in the near future. Songs for the Deaf features Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl on drums, along with contributions from A Perfect Circle's Paz Lenchantin, among others.



CD REVIEW: Coldplay - A Rush of Blood to the Head

The main thing that's striking about this disc is how fearless it is. If you bought Coldplay's first disc, Parachutes, and were swept away in lead vocalist Chris Martin's soft spoken heartbreak, you might be surprised this time.



CD REVIEWS: Stonesour - S/T, Murderdolls - Beyond the Valley of the Murderdolls

Stone truly sour, but Dolls sweet.

 

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