December 2 , 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 52  

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Missing: clear artistic vision

The Missing is, no pun intended, missing something.

It’s not a bad movie by any stretch; director Ron Howard has crafted a perfectly serviceable story of vengeance and redemption. The plot centres around Maggie Gilkeson (Blanchett), a doctor living on a New Mexico ranch in 1885 with her two daughters and her lover/ranchhand Brake (Aaron Eckhart).

Cat in the Hat scores high on "Phunometer"

While most children’s movies are usually crap, filled with overly sentimental hugging and kissing and one big happy family, occasionally there are some breakout gems.

The exam food cram

Yes, it’s that time of year again: Christmas exams. For most of us, this involves late nights, lots of uncontrollable cursing, endless “lets-bitch-about-our-meaningless-degree” sessions and of course, a whole lot of extra eating. Now, we could sit here and tell you all about how it would be good to trade in the high-fat, high-caffeine exam diet for a nice platter of carrot and celery sticks, but lets face it: that ain’t gonna happen.

Tuesday Tease

Hot + Bothered 4: short short fiction on lesbian desire

Quickies 3, short short fiction on gay male desire

It's worth the Risk

How do you follow up a near perfect first effort? If you’re director Jeff Culbert, you do the same thing twice.



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