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Monday, July 22, 2002 Volume 67, Issue 157


 
 









 

'K-19' sinks into a swamp inconsistencies, bad acting

No matter how appealing another Cold War movie with heavy star power might seem, don't be tempted. K-19: The Widowmaker, starring Harrison
Ford and Liam Neeson, is a big, stinky bomb.
 

Latest 'Halloween' treats with a handful of laughs

Even though the ideas to revive Michael are ridiculous, the movies aren't. Halloween: Resurrection truly has a much better plot and cast than its
predecessor H2O. Laurie Strode, played by Jamie Lee Curtis, beheaded an innocent man she assumed to be Myers and was put away in a
sanitarium. Three years later, Michael comes to find his sister and that's where the killing begins.
 

S&G's talent amplified in live recordings

If there was ever a group to define the folk rock movement of the '60s and everything it stood for, it was Simon & Garfunkel. Walking down a road
paved by Bob Dylan, Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel brought the beauty of their voices together in compositions that dealt with the times songs
young adults of the '60s could relate to during a montage of war, confusion and suspense. 

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