March 11, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 84  

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Flawless Skin

Whether you knew it or not, human skin is made up of almost every conceivable colour. Nothing could display this better than the art exhibit Skin Tones, which opened last Saturday.

Hidalgo resists Hollywood

Audiences venturing out to see Hidalgo may be expecting something shallow yet fun. Those assuming the story will be entertaining, the cinematography flawless, but the story typically big-budget Hollywood will find themselves pleasantly surprised.

Friends retrospective à la Shuk


We’re just a couple months away from the last episode of Friends, and with only four new episodes left, NBC has decided to fill the next six weeks with “the best of Friends” reruns. In honour of NBC’s shameless attempt to package reruns as something special, Shukvision is going to embark on its own, 27 per cent more original, Friends retrospective.

Eurotrip is a sucky Roadtrip

It has its moments. It really does. But Eurotrip just doesn’t offer the nonstop laughter it’s predecessor Roadtrip did.





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