September 10, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 7  

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It's time to Order this flick right off the screen

Once in a while a movie comes along that makes a strong statement; a movie that shakes and swirls the values inherent to society and inspires change; a movie that leaves the audience looking at themselves introspectively as they leave the theatre. There are movies portraying the questions that underlie life on Earth in a profound and original manner.

Quick, take in the fall dramas before they're cancelled!

The only drama surrounding most of these new entries is how long it will take for them to be cancelled.

The Single Guy reviews the biggest new singles

The Single Guy reviews the latest songs (and other ear pollution):

A tribute to summer trends

Now that the hot, lazy days of summer are making way for the cold, busy months of winter, we thought it would be an appropriate time to pay tribute to a few of the top trends that have dominated pop culture this summer. Only time will tell if these trends will die like so many brittle leaves with the first snowfall. (Well, we can only hope, right?) So, without further ado, the official A&E top ten:

Website of the Week

The Word Spy

Get with the lingo! The Word Spy lets you in on the trendiest words like 'metrosexual' ("A dandyish narcissist in love with not only himself, but also his urban lifestyle"), 'chairobics' ("Aerobic exercises performed while sitting in a chair or wheelchair") or 'toy food' ("A food dish that comes premeasured and premixed and so requires only a minimal amount of preparation"). And these words are not just one-hit-word-wonders; all of them have appeared in multiple publications.

From Montreal to Hollywood

Celebrating reality
Forget about legitimate actors like the ones on 24, CSI or Passions (hahaha). Get ready for this fall's two-hour reality show awards which air on ABC and hands out prizes to bachelors, bachelorettes and questionably talented idols. Winners will be chosen by viewers via an online vote in categories such as Best Series and Most Memorable Moment. Go Paradise Hotel!

Bedtime reading

Luke is a lawyer.
His parents have lots of money, so he was afforded opportunities most kids don't get, like never having to work and his parents paying for his school and rent and buying him a car, so he could join a frat house. He will always be a little better than you or me.
I hope you have really rich parents!



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