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  • Jul 19-25, 2000
  • Vol. 20, No. 40

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  • Freaky (in a good way)
  • Freaky (in a good way)

    If Disney’s The Kid was all about the positive aspects of coming face-to-face with a nearly forgotten childhood, then Chuck & Buck is its evil twin. A creepy cautionary tale about what happens when one guy grows up and gets on with his life
  • Yuppie style

    In the mood for a sip of style? The upscale mock-1940s jazz martini and cigar lounge is a dimly neon-lit atmosphere, confined to a cozy narrow space that's commonly crammed full of stylish locals. For nostalgia and conversation over jazz and laughter: ‘dahhhling – you’d look mahhhvelous in Goodnight Gracies.'
  • An interesting failure
  • An interesting failure

    Idiosyncratic director Alan Rudolph has made another interesting failure with this film about an erstwhile private detective, Trixie Zurbo (Emily Watson), and her would-be mob connections. Filled with goofy wordplay, it gets annoying despite Nathan Lane’s

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