Volume 96, Issue 15
Tuesday September 24, 2002
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LAST UPDATED: Tuesday September 24, 2002 - 3:30 p.m.

MOVIE REVIEW: The Four Feathers
Is Heath Ledger a big coward? The answer below

Watching The Four Feathers is the cinematic equivalent of receiving a huge box on your birthday, wrapped in shiny paper and sealed with a big red bow. At first sight you think "oooh, ahhh," but upon looking inside, you find there's not much there.



Versus pits IKEA against Pisaro

Tim Merrett's Versus show at the Michael Gibson Gallery manages to successfully merge an IKEA aesthetic with long-dead fruits and flowers.



MOVIE REVIEW: Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever
Where are the Mounties?

Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever claims to be an action movie, but it is really one big slap in the face to Canadian law enforcement.



BOOK REVIEW: Dead As I'll Ever Be
Pamela Evans offers psychic insight for students

If author and Western alumnus Pamela Evans could offer you, a typical university student, one piece of advice, it would be to seek out the nearest psychic as soon as possible.



CD REVIEW: Kelly Clarkson

Not only was Kelly Clarkson the winner of the ratings-grabbing American Idol competition, but the super-friendly Burleson, Texas resident was also arguably the Miss Congeniality of the show.


CD REVIEW: Daniel Bedingfield

Twenty-two year old Daniel Bedingfield showcases his questionable talents on his debut CD Gotta Get Thru This. The CD incorporates Brit-pop alongside hints of R&B and dance beats, producing a typical sample of today's teen pop music.

 
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