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FilmWeek for Nov 14, 2003

Larry Mantle and critics Henry Sheehan of HenrySheehan.com, Charles Solomon, animation critic for amazon.com, and Andy Klein, film editor and chief critic of both CityBeat and ValleyBeat discuss this week's new film releases, including Master and Commander, Looney Tunes: Back in Action, Carnage, The Gospel of John:, Anything but Love, Bobby G. Can't Swim, Tupac:Ressurection, and Girlhood. The critics also talk about the new DVDs and videos out this week.

FilmWeek for Nov 07, 2003

Larry Mantle and critics Peter Rainer of New York Magazine and F.X. Feeney of the L.A. Weekly discuss this week's new film releases, including The Matrix Revolutions, Elf, Love Actually, Gloomy Sunday, Khachaturian, In My Skin, Venus Boyz, as well as last week's The Human Stain and Shattered Glass. The critics also talk about the AFI Fest now playing in Los Angeles and the new videos out this week.

FilmWeek for Oct 24, 2003

Guest host John Rabe and critics Andy Klein, film editor and chief critic of both CityBeat and ValleyBeat, Peter Rainer of New York Magazine and Charles Solomon, animation critic for amazon.com discuss this week's new film releases, including In the Cut, Elephant, Brother Bear, The Singing Detective, The Party's Over, Bus 174, and To Be and to Have.

FilmWeek for Oct 17, 2003

Larry and critics Henry Sheehan of HenrySheehan.com and Jean Oppenheimer of New Times discuss this week's new film releases, including Runaway Jury, Veronica Guerin, Sylvia, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Flower of Evil (La Fleur du Mal), Pieces of April, and Returner. Larry and the critics also discuss Gregory Peck: An Actor and a Gentleman at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art as well as These Mad Places: The Epic Cinema of David Lean, part of American Cinematheque at the Egyptian Theatre.

FilmWeek for Oct 10, 2003

Larry and critics Jean Oppenheimer of New Times and Andy Klein, film editor and chief critic of both CityBeat and ValleyBeat discuss this week's new film releases, including Kill Bill - Vol. 1, Intolerable Cruelty, September 11, Good Boy!, Dopamine, Girls Will Be Girls, Small Voices, Emerald Cowboy / Esmeraldo, and Bonhoeffer. Larry and the critics also discuss Hell's Highway and Cinemamia, part of Documentary Days at the Laemmle Theaters as well as this week's video releases.

FilmWeek for Oct 03, 2003

Larry and critics Henry Sheehan of HenrySheehan.com and F.X. Feeney of the L.A. Weekly discuss this week's new film releases, including School of Rock, Out of Time, Mystic River, Wonderland, The Station Agent, Bubba Ho-Tep, Garmento, The Event, and Stealing Time. Larry and the critics also discuss the MPAA's decision to discontinue sending video and DVD copies of Academy Award© nominated movies due to piracy concerns.

FilmWeek for Sep 26, 2003

Larry and critics Lael Lowenstein of Variety and Jean Oppenheimer of New Times discuss this week's new film releases, including Under the Tuscan Sun, Duplex, The Rundown, Luther, My Life Without Me, and Camera Obscura. Larry and the critics also discuss the Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion at the Nuart, and Astonish Me at LACMA, and La Nouvelle Vague at the Laemmle Theaters, as well as this week's new videos.

FilmWeek for Sep 19, 2003

Larry and critics Peter Rainer of New York Magazine, Charles Solomon, animation critic for amazon.com, and Henry Sheehan of HenrySheehan.com discuss this week's new film releases, including Secondhand Lions, Cold Creek Manor, The Fighting Temptations, Anything Else, Casa de Los Babys, Underworld, The Animation Show, Taking Sides, In This World, Mambo Italiano , and Demon Lover. Larry and the critics also discuss the Telluride Film Festival, the Toronto International Film Festival, and the Festival des Films de Monde in Montreal.

FilmWeek for Sep 12, 2003

Larry and critics Andy Klein, film editor and chief critic of both CityBeat and ValleyBeat, F.X. Feeney of the L.A. Weekly, and Charles Solomon, animation critic for amazon.com discuss this week's new film releases, including Once Upon a Time in Mexico, Matchstick Men, Cabin Fever, Lost in Translation, Millennium Actress, So Close, The Year That Trembled , as well as last week's The Order. Larry and the critics also discuss the World 3D Film Expo , How the West Was Won at Arclight's Cinerama Dome, and Charles raves about Disney's Sleeping Beauty DVD.

FilmWeek for Sep 05, 2003

Larry and critics F.X. Feeney of the L.A. Weekly and Henry Sheehan of HenrySheehan.com discuss this week's new film releases, including Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star, Party Monster, The Backyard, Home Room, and Touchez pas au Grisbi. Larry and the critics also discuss American Cinematheque's Chris Marker Series and LACMA's The Films of Elio Petri, as well as new videos.