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FilmWeek for Feb 07, 2003

Larry Mantle and critics Andy Klein of New Times and Peter Rainer of New York Magazine discuss this week's new film releases, including Shanghai Knights, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, and Confession of a Florist. The critics also share their thoughts on two recent articles in the Los Angeles Times and Variety questioning the relevance of film critics, as well as this week's videos.

FilmWeek for Jan 31, 2003

Guest host John Rabe and critics Ella Taylor of the L.A. Weekly, F.X. Feeney of the L.A. Weekly, and Jean Oppenheimer of New Times discuss this week's new film releases, including The Recruit, Blind Spot: Hitler's Secretary, Amen, Biker Boyz, God is Great, I'm Not, Lost in La Mancha, Suddenly Naked, as well as revisiting City of God. The critics also pick their favorite films from the Sundance Film Festival, the Slamdance Film Festival, and In Glorious Black-and-White Scope at The Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Guest host John Rabe and critics Ella Taylor of the L.A. Weekly, F.X. Feeney of the L.A. Weekly, and Jean Oppenheimer of New Times discuss this week's new film releases, including The Recruit, Blind Spot: Hitler's Secretary, Amen, Biker Boyz, God is Great, I'm Not, Lost in La Mancha, Suddenly Naked, as well as revisiting City of God. The critics also pick their favorite films from the Sundance Film Festival, the Slamdance Film Festival, and In Glorious Black-and-White Scope at The Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

FilmWeek for Jan 24, 2003

Larry Mantle and critics Andy Klein of New Times and Peter Rainer of New York Magazine discuss this week's new film releases, including Darkness Falls and Power and Terror: Noam Chomsky in Our Times. Kai Ryssdal of Marketplace joins us from Park City, Utah for a report of the Sundance Film Festival. Larry and the critics also catch up with all of the videos released this year.

FilmWeek for Jan 17, 2003

Larry Mantle and critics Ella Taylor of the L.A. Weekly, Peter Rainer of New York Magazine, and Henry Sheehan of HenrySheehan.com discuss this week's new film releases, including City of God and the restored 1947 Quai des Orfevres.

FilmWeek for Jan 10, 2003

Larry Mantle and critics Jean Oppenheimer of New Times, Andy Klein of New Times, and Charles Solomon, animation critic for amazon.com discuss this week's new film releases, including Just Married, Russian Ark, and WWXIII (Wasted 13: Patlabor the Movie 3).

FilmWeek for Dec 27, 2002

Larry Mantle and critics F.X. Feeney of the L.A. Weekly, Jean Oppenheimer of New Times, and Henry Sheehan of HenrySheehan.com discuss this week's new film releases, including Catch Me If You Can, Chicago, The Hours, Max, and The Pianist among others.

FilmWeek for Dec 20, 2002

Larry Mantle and critics F.X. Feeney of the L.A. Weekly Jean Oppenheimer of New Times , and Lael Lowenstein of Variety discuss this week's new film releases, including The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, 25th Hour, Antwone Fisher, Gangs of New York, Two Weeks Notice, The Wild Thornberrys Movie, and NARC. Larry and the critics also discussed last week's About Schmidt, Star Trek Nemesis, and Talk to Her.

FilmWeek for Dec 06, 2002

Larry Mantle and critics Andy Klein of New Times and Peter Rainer of New York Magazine, discuss this week's new film releases, including Adaptation, Analyze That, Empire, and To End All Wars. Please join Andy Klein on Saturday, December 7th, at 7:30 pm as he introduces Rashomon part of the Akira Kurosawa / Toshiro Mifune Film Festival at the Nuart. There will be a question and answer session following the screening.

FilmWeek for Nov 29, 2002

Larry Mantle hosts a special two-hour edition of FilmWeek. In the first hour critics Peter Rainer, Andy Klein, F.X. Feeney, and Charles Solomon discuss the week’s new releases. Then, in the second hour, Larry and the critics will talk about film-related holiday gifts including DVDs, videos and books.

FilmWeek for Nov 22, 2002

Guest host John Rabe and critics F.X. Feeney of the L.A. Weekly and Henry Sheehan of HenrySheehan.com review this week's new film releases, including the new James Bond installment: Die Another Day, The Quiet American, The Emperor's Club, The Friday After Next, and 1972's Solaris. John and the critics also discuss the life of James Coburn.