96, Issue 92
LAST UPDATED: Tuesday March 25, 2003 - 12:45 p.m.
REVIEW: A View From The Top
MOVIE REVIEW: Dreamcatcher
Wake up: Dreamcatcher a real nightmare
It's unclear how director Lawrence Kasdan chooses his pictures, but having dabbled in comedy-dramas (The Big Chill), westerns (Wyatt Earp) and romance (French Kiss), Kasdan ends another four-year silence by taking a stab at sci-fi-horror; he must have been blindfolded because Dreamcatcher misses the mark completely.
MOVIE REVIEW: Piglet's Big Movie
Piglet's Big Movie not full of Pooh
Yes, this is a student newspaper, and, yes, this is a review of Piglet's Big Movie – it's likely that at least a few Gazette readers will be going to see it. Why? Because anything Winnie the Pooh-related has two major audiences: four-year-olds, and university girls with a Piglet, Pooh or Tigger fetish. Whether this kind of behaviour is a mild case of arrested development or a sign of deeper issues, is hard to say – but Disney is laughing all the way to the bank.
CD REVIEW: Evanescence
Amy Lee's vocals are haunting yet powerful, and they provide Evanescence with a distinctiveness that will see the rock quartet hit mainstream before Fallen even sees its Canadian release.
CD REVIEW: AFI
AFI love it
AFI's sixth and latest full-length studio effort, Sing The Sorrow, is full of distinctive pain and anguish. The album – the band's first since their switch from Nitro Records to Dreamworks – is laced with dark lyrics and undertones.
Outside the Box: Corporations is anti-globalization bible
That would be a natural reaction to possibly one of the most revolutionary books of our time, When Corporations Rule the World by David C. Korten, published in 2001.
Hit or Miss
Pollstar vs. Mojam.
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