September 23, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 14  

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Woody Allen delivers generic teen romance

Maybe this film is an example of teen movie infiltration - slap together a couple of young Hollywood actors to battle it out in a romantic comedy that actually has a bit of a darker orientation than the usual boy-meets-girl-in-a-high-school-setting movie. But not only is the film centred around a couple who are older than they look, it's also a quite unsuccessful attempt at drawing in a younger crowd hoping to see a messy relationship between Jason Biggs and Christina Ricci.

Trekkies unite for a show

"To boldly go where no man has gone before..." These opening words set the pace for the original Star Trek series during the '60s and a small group of actors paid homage with A Celebration of Star Trek this weekend.

London gets smacked by the gods of rock

On Friday night, God paid a visit to London - Godsmack, that is.

Godsmack, a hard rock band led by vocalist Sully Erna and his large throbbing neck, literally rocked Centennial Hall. The group immediately brought fans to their feet when they opened their set with "Awake," the title track off their second album. Those who knew the words (and there were many) sang along with Sully. The crowd became one.

Rae Davis' artwork blends silence and chaos

Museum London's newest exhibit, featuring a cross-section of video and computer installations and other multi-media inspired pieces, was created by Rae Davis between 1959 and 2003.

Little Shop bites... in a good way, of course

The Grand Theatre is kicking off its 2003/04 season with a rock-musical that bites. Little Shop of Horrors played to a packed house on Friday night, proving Londoners don't have to travel to Toronto or New York to see first-rate musical theatre.

CD Review

David Usher


Cold Creek Manor a scare-free, clichéd yawn-fest

What's this? Another film about a creepy old haunted house? Well, not quite. Actually, a supernatural element might have made this film a little more interesting. As the film stands, it is a complete yawn-fest.

Where are all the sexy singles? Online!

If you’re one of Western’s frosh who can’t get into the bars or clubs to meet other singles, you can thank Ivey students Ash Singh, Parag Shah and Dan Fanaberia for making hooking up with new people a bit easier. The team are creators of the new Web site University Singles (

Attack of the snacks!

Your A&E editors are dedicated to providing you with up-to-date news regarding everything entertainment - a realm which includes the latest tastes in the snack industry.




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