January 23, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 63  

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Trailer talk: Ferrell and Dracula invade big screen

The post-holiday period at the movies is generally the slowest of the year. It’s a time when studios tend to either rid the shelves of their long-delayed financial gambles (like the upcoming Mindhunters and Against the Ropes) or open smaller-scale films with the potential of finding broader audiences (Barbershop 2).

Dwarf tossing a ‘swell time’

Marshall Law

Attila the Hun was a dwarf.

Crib Notes


The Thrills bring back the soul to the city

The Thrills are an Irish band described as a hip blend of ’60s-inspired West Coast rock with the soul and exuberance of Britpop — that of course being a very poetic description.

Gu Xiong & Xu Bing provide translations & explanations

The question: “what do you mean?” is, in its simplest form, a very loaded and complex question. It contains both excitement and nervousness, as it requires a rather substantial explanation.



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