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Culture, The Exhibitionist Andrew Garfield's got 99 problems but an eviction ain't one

Andrew Garfield's got 99 problems but an eviction ain't one

Andrew Garfield may have made a mint starring in The Amazing Spider-Man and The Amazing Spider-Man 2, but the always-smartly-dressed 32-year-old actor seemed ashamed of his financial success, when he spoke to SF Weekly last month from a posh Nob Hill…
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Film, "The Amazing Spider-Man 2": At Least As Many Villains As the <i>Other</i> Second Spider-Man Movie

"The Amazing Spider-Man 2": At Least As Many Villains As the Other Second Spider-Man Movie

The demands of developing a serialized franchise take precedence over coherent drama in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, a scatterbrained sequel that's so busy establishing future installments — and the dynamics that will drive them — that it functions as an…
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Culture, The Exhibitionist The Spider Becomes a Man -- and a Joy -- in <em>The Amazing Spider-Man</em>

The Spider Becomes a Man -- and a Joy -- in The Amazing Spider-Man

This is a print review that will run in the July 4 Issue. The Amazing Spider-Man, an inexcusably good reboot-thing from director Marc Webb, celebrates the heartwarming arachno-genetic bar mitzvah in which a boy becomes a spider, and a…
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Calendar, Night&Day Children sentenced to a certain fate

Children sentenced to a certain fate

Published five years ago, Kazuo Ishiguro's massively praised Never Let Me Go is set in an alternate universe where life has been extended and catastrophic illness eliminated, thanks to an evolutionary advance, namely the harvesting of vital organs from specially…
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Film, Four books, three films, and one very rotten Yorkshire in <i>Red Riding</i>

Four books, three films, and one very rotten Yorkshire in Red Riding

Now a 305-minute triptych film, Red Riding originated in the novels of Ossett-bred David Peace, written in Tokyo and published between 1999 and 2002. Looking back without nostalgia to the Yorkshire of his youth, the books summoned what Brit critic…
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Film, Film Feature

Murder, in Shades of Gray

Where can Batman and Boy A possibly converge? At the intersection of Michael Caine. The actor may be the hardest-working compulsive in show business, but he knows enough to put director John Crowley on hold when a Dark Knight calls.…
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