Volume 96, Issue 63
Wednesday January 22, 2003
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LAST UPDATED: Wednesday January 22, 2003 - 12:00 p.m.

MOVIE REVIEW: The Hours
These are Hours well spent


Told through the stories of three different women in three different decades, The Hours is much more than your average "chick flick."

The main thing that separates The Hours from the mass of silly Ya-Ya Sisterhood-esque drivel is that it has a dark side that cannot be ignored because it is depicted so stoically and forcefully.



Kangaroo chokes on Jawbreaker, film just chokes

"He stole the money... and he's not giving it back" sums up the entire film, but before the plot focuses on a kangaroo, it jumps back 20 years.
At 10-years-old, Louis Booker (Anthony Anderson) saves Charlie Carbone (Jerry O'Connell) from drowning, and subsequently becomes his best friend – a friend that gets Charlie involved in some illegal activity that goes amiss.



Campus Sightlines: Ruby Mason

What is Campus Sightlines? Each month, A&E will feature one piece of art that is located on campus. We'll describe the work, and your job is to find out where it's located. The first person to come to the MacIntosh Gallery on Thursday, Jan. 23 at noon and tell us where this month's feature is located will win a prize from Artifex.


 
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