Category: sept2004

Review: The Forgotten

Fun, but slightly forgettable itself. By Chris Stewart September 25, 2004 I remember my reaction when I first saw the trailer for The Forgotten in theaters. It seemed like just another suspense thriller involving memory. Julianne Moore runs and weeps and rages over the son people tell her she never had. It’s about that point that I started to tune out. Oh,…

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The Dark Tower, a meditation

Ka like a wheel. Oh, and Taheen, lots of Taheen. By David B. Grelck September 26, 2004 And so we come to the end. One we were never sure was going to occur. History, as we know, is littered with unfinished artwork, music, fiction. Occasionally some well meaning publisher will take it upon themselves to finish a work that perhaps…

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Gilmore Girls, “A Messenger, Nothing More”

“Apple down! We have an apple down!” By David B. Grelck September 28, 2004 So, last week as I wrote my review I spent many the minute trying to remember the two shining examples of pop-culture reference. The one I remembered, a Lord of the Rings reference was, while veiled, a fairly easy shot. However, the one that impressed me was when…

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Veronica Mars

I’m just glad that bald dude from Just Shoot Me is working again! Phew. By Matt Springer September 30, 2004 There will never be another Buffy. Let’s just say it, and get it out of the way before we launch into a detailed exploration of why Veronica Mars is a damn solid show. Because, inevitably, the words “Buffy” and “Vampire” and “Slayer” get bandied about…

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