February 4, 2004  
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Jenkins & Theron: a monstrous achievement

Critics and movie goers alike have given overflowing praise to Monster, and with good reason: this film succeeds in delivering the creepy and disturbing account of one of America’s only female serial killers.


Exceptionally produced play

TORONTO — It’s impossible to describe The Producers as any sort of normal stage show, since it’s less a musical than a tidal wave of comic energy that engulfs the audience and leaves them, to paraphrase Leo Bloom (Therriault), in pain, and hysterical and wet.


Celebrity Dartboard
Stick it on a wall, aim and throw!

Dear Larissa
(from Average Joe 2: Hawaii),
I am 6’2” and 150 pounds soaking wet. I enjoy playing video games, engaging in intelligent debate and consider myself a dancin’ machine. I am desperately seeking my soulmate and believe you may be it.


Bryan Adams feels so right

Upon leaving a Bryan Adams concert, such as the one he raucously and lovingly performed last week at the JLC, you will most likely come to this realization: the majority of Adams’s songs fall into one of two categories.


Jann Arden entertains at the JLC

Forest, Ontario native Emm Gryner can sing all “Summerlong” and all winter long if you ask us.


Janet Jackson dishes mall-pop cheese

the single guy


Website of the Week

Lyrics On Demand
www.lyricsondemand.com


She’s no Beyoncé

Michelle Williams


 

 

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