Steven N. Jacobs

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MOVIE REVIEW: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

***1/2 stars Imperialism. Marks and Spencer’s. The Queen. Shakespeare. Snobbery. Spotted dick. English culture has offered a lot to the

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MOVIE REVIEW: House of D

A good screenwriter can invent a story and imbue it with life such that—no matter how implausible the plot may

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Movie Reviews

BE COOL Be Cool is the most ironically named movie since What’s the Worst That Could Happen? Crass commercialism rarely

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Bride and Prejudice Review

I’ve never been to India, but I desperately want to go. It’s a land of luscious pageantry, beautiful beaches, and

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WWII Film Sees Full Release

You walk into a room, take a seat and, when the lights go down, you are whisked away to a

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Film Review

Directed by Trey Parker Paramount Pictures In case you haven’t noticed, the ’80s are back. Our clothes are tighter,

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Movie Review

Very much reminiscent of The Big Chill, The Barbarian Invasion is a story of the lives and ideals of a

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iTuning In To Free Music

In an Arts column published in The Crimson this September, Dan P. Gilmore ’05 concluded that “it’s time to start

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Film Review

On paper, Kill Bill sounds dangerously close to Charlie’s Angels: there are many martial arts action sequences, all of the

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Aislers Set Break Through With New Headlining Tour

After spending years opening for other bands, the Aislers Set finally have their first headlining gig. The San Francisco band

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Putting on the Pudding Show

The Hasty Pudding Theatricals is an entirely Harvard undergraduate-run musical theater program with over 150 years of tradition. It performs

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New Music

Jurassic 5 Power In Numbers (Interscope) Jurassic 5’s sophomore effort Power in Numbers is slightly darker and more mature than

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Surgeon, First to Replant Severed Limb, Dies at 70

Ronald Malt, a Harvard Medical School professor who performed the first successful surgical reattachment of a human limb, died of

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New Theatrical Group Has Stadium-Sized Plans

A new on-campus theater group this fall has begun to organize an ambitious plan of producing a musical in the

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Winthrop Masters Say 10th Year Is Their Last

Winthrop House Master Paul D. Hanson and his wife, Co-Master Cynthia Rosenberger, announced at a House meeting Tuesday that they

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Transatlanticism

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I Am Not at a Cafe

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Away in Argentina

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Land of Fog