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09.24.2013 | | Posted at 08:36 AM

Corporate Crimes, Anarchist Vengeance

By David Luhrssen
  Images of corporate malfeasance open The East, video of environmental degradation narrated by voices from the new underground. “We want all those who are guilty to experience the terror of their crimes,” they threaten. “We are The East and this is just the beginning.” Cut to Sarah, waking up next to her husband in a vanilla-colored apartment. We learn many things about her in ...
Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Anarchists, undercover agents and corporate criminals

 Sarah can’t tell her husband about her job. He thinks she’s off to Dubai on private security work when really, she’s going undercover for the sinisterly-named Hiller Brood, a security contractor with powerful corporate clients
Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Baldwin, Page star in Woody Allen's latest

To Rome With Love is no Midnight in Paris, but then, Woody Allen set the bar so high last summer that it may...
01.07.2009 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Evan Rytlewski
During the CD sales boom of the '90s, labels didn't need much of an excuse to release a tribute album, and although most of the decade's compilations were cheap cash-ins, a handful are true treasures. 1994's If I Were a Carpenter, which I found buried in a dollar bin in a Florida record store last month, remains a cherished relic from the era. It was an oddity from the start, assembling a slew of ...
Thursday, April 10, 2008

All brains, no heart

Smart People is about what can happen when the mind is divorced from the heart and spirit. It is also a droll peek into the dreary environs of academia, where the pursuit of knowledge has stumbled onto the treadmill of careerism. It stars Dennis Quaid as Lawrence Wetherhold, an English professor trudging grimly across Carnegie Mellon, face twisted and frozen into an expression of contempt for his colleagues and students. His colleagues, exactly the sort of twits infesting many universities, are probably even poorer souls than Lawrence.