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photo Larger than Life

Sexual tension fills Tucson puppet show with fun

The smell of TecatÄ, the deafening sound of a train passing a few yards away, the sad strumming of a lonely banjo lament, the chaotic litter of artistic debris and dozens of colorful puppets set haphazardly under dim lighting all combine to make the scene inside Sixth Street Studios, home of Tucson Puppet Works. [Read article]

photo CDReview:
Beck


Grade: A
Sea Change
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photo Jim Breuer: mullets, metal, mayhem

Jim Breuer gets high a lot. Not all the time, mind you, but sometimes. But his low-slung eyelids and pot ÷ smoker's laugh often make people think he's lit all the time. Oh yeah, co-hosting the "High Times" Stony Awards with Snoop Dogg, starring in a movie called "Half Baked" and playing a stoner who wants to legalize pot on "Saturday Night Live" doesn't help break this misconception, either. [Read article]

photo CDReview:
OK Go


Grade: C
OK Go
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From off the beaten path

I cannot wait to run somebody over tomorrow. The second my bike tire makes contact with the heel of whomever is in my way, I will laugh like the wicked witch in "The Wizard of Oz" when she has stolen Toto and is riding away with him in her basket. I will be riding away with the flesh of your much-needed appendage stuck in my spokes. [Read article]

photo CDReview:
Rhett Miller


Grade: B
The Instigator
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photo ╬Tuxedo' doesn't fit, and it stinks

Grade: D
Expectations for "The Tuxedo" are very simple, and you'd think, very easy to satisfy. All the "writers" need to provide is a skeleton plot in which bad guys and good guys fight over something, propelling Jackie Chan through as many situations as possible where he can display his incredible abilities to hit, be hit and interact in martially artistic ways with everyday objects. [Read review]

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photo FacetoFace: GoWild film critics battle over ╬Sweet Home Alabama'

Utz: I thought "Sweet Home Alabama" was really cute.
Betancourt: Good for you.
Utz: Why do you always have to be so negative about everything? You always judge movies from your own pretentious view. Why don't you for once consider the intended audience, Mark? Girls are going to love this film! [Read review]

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photo BookReview; ╬Don't Try This at Home'

Grade: D-
New book is a poor attempt at imitating ╬Worst Case Scenario' franchise; while it may not even be Fulgham's worst effort, don't read it at home ÷ in fact, don't read it at all [Read review]

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