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Secret Agent Man: Uncorked

Touchstone’s advertising campaign for Chris Kattan’s newest movie poses the question, “Who is Corky Romano?” And though I hate to

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Second Takes

Waxing Nostalgic When I first came to Harvard, I found myself homesick for something I never thought I would miss:

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Crossing the Line

Urban crime and the line-crossing police officers who control it have always been a hot topic. The issue is visited

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The Truth About L.I.E.

Films about suburbia typically caricature the bare, brittle conformity of lawn and lane; Michael Cuesta, director of indie fave L.I.E.,

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Being John Cusack

“I love John Cusack!” exclaims everybody I know. And hey, who can really argue? Cusack’s on quite a roll right

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So Happy Together

By the mid-1970s, the American hippie movement had begun its transition from idealistic innocence to disco-influenced apathy. Not so in

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Life with a Starlet

Waiting on a conference call with several other journalists, I could hear shuffling papers over the line but nobody was

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Joyride Runs on Fumes

Following a decade of poorly executed slasher flick franchises, the recent Scream trilogy managed to restore an interest in the

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Reconstructing the Past

When moviegoers receive history lessons from film, they are often given with a journalistic detachment, whether fictional accounts or documentaries.

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An Out'land'ish Trip

If the term “okayness” had to be applied to a film, it would describe the comedy Zoolander perfectly. Originally created

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With A Warm 'Song' In Our Hearts

“Whenever it wants, the past can come kicking the door down. And you never know where it’s going to take

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Mums the 'Word'

Don’t Say a Word may be the name of Michael Douglas’ newest psycho-thriller, but I have a feeling the phrase

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Second Takes

On December 7, 1941, the Japanese air raid on Pearl Harbor shattered the American citizen’s sense of security. While high

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A Placid, Flaccid 'Lake'

A school teacher sits at the oars, rowing his boisterous class about the lake. A father berates his son for

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An 'Exclusive' Experience

A few weeks ago, Daren Firestone ’96 circulated an e-mail through Harvard acting circles looking for people to volunteer as

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