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the clone zone
- dave 4-19-2002 4:18 pm [link] [add a comment]

I just saw the re-release of The Last Waltz. I recommend.
- steve 4-17-2002 5:25 am [link] [2 comments]

"The original "Star Wars" and its sequels are echo chambers of tropes and images from literary science fiction, used in ways that strike a careful balance between affectionate familiarity and outright plagiarism. The first glimpse of Luke Skywalker's desert homeworld, Tatooine, evokes the setting of Frank Herbert's 1965 novel "Dune"; Lucas even throws in a shot of a skeletal desert serpent reminiscent of Herbert's gigantic sandworms. The amazing visuals suggest an eye nourished by the magazine art of Frank R. Paul, John Schoenherr, Kelly Freas and Chesley Bonestell."
- dave 4-10-2002 9:07 pm [link] [2 comments]

tribeca film festival's best of new york films list
- dave 4-06-2002 4:15 pm [link] [2 comments]

Sounds kind of interesting:

"THE SOUNDS OF SCIENCE"
Yo La Tengo, the Hoboken indie-rock band with a flair for crisp, three-minute pop songs as well as broad feedback experiments, perform live scores to "How Some Jellyfishes Are Born," "Shrimp Stories," "The Love Life of the Octopus," and other short films by Jean Painlevé. (Alice Tully Hall. 875-5050. April 6)
Do you film buffs know Painleve?

Review by a Yo La Tengo fan.
- alex 4-03-2002 9:08 pm [link] [2 comments]