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Film, Past <i>Prime</i>

Past Prime

With a name like Prime, a movie had better be about something more than an older woman digging on a younger man, much to the disapproval of the younger man's mom. It ought to be about, oh, I dunno, math…
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Calendar, Night&Day Tranny Get Your Fun

Tranny Get Your Fun

Transsexuals are more than just fodder for Hilary Swank's Academy Award-winning turn in Boys Don't Cry (or fodder for the chicks-with-dicks advertisements found in the back of your filthiest porn magazines -- not that I'd know anything about those). This…
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Film, Half Great

Half Great

The opening credits insist that Kill Bill: Volume 1 is "Quentin Tarantino's 4th film," when it's actually his 3.5th; it's too incomplete to be measured as a whole, more like half a movie waiting for a proper ending, due to…
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Film, Reel World

Satin Steel

Quentin Tarantino arrived at the bar in Beijing around 11 p.m., following an intense conversation with David Carradine. Deep in pre-production on Kill Bill, his female martial arts/action revenge flick, QT was even more wired than usual. "He was being…
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Film, Dang Those Nuances

Dang Those Nuances

Like nearly all Merchant Ivory productions, The Golden Bowl, their latest book-to-film adaptation, is a feast for the eyes. It's got choice real estate, exquisite interior design, and dazzling costumes, all bathed in a golden light that not only enriches…
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Dining, Eat

La Vida Nueva

The first time I visited Che was by accident. A friend had promised some of the city's finest sangria at Third Street's Vinga, but when we arrived, we discovered that Vinga was no more, and Che had risen to take…
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