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  • Nov 18-24, 2009
  • Vol. 30, No. 5

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  • Blowed 'em up good!

    Implausible, nihilistic and preachy, this year’s blockbuster catastrophe flick is a total disaster
  • Crude

    Killer doc exposes Texaco/Chevron’s ugly role in polluting Ecuador
  • Antichrist

    Want to see a penis masturbated until it spurts blood? This film is for you!
  • Bronson

    Fans of fist-to-face violence will dig this
  • Gentlemen Broncos

    In some dumpy Western town, a milquetoast teen named Benji Purvis (Michael Angarano) spends his time scribbling a notebook tome called “Yeast Lords,” an overheated Freudian adolescent fantasia about hyper-macho killer stags and scarf-wearing Cyclops warriors who have stolen his gonads. His story (and an entrance fee) earns him a trip to a writer’s workshop, where he meets his idol, Ronald Chevalier (Jemaine Clement), a pretentious and phony sci-fi novelist. When the novelist steals Benji's idea, even as Benji has sold the idea to a no-budget film crew, complications ensue.
  • Italian class

    Quattro Cucina adds some Mediterranean sparkle to Birmingham

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