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FilmWeek for Oct 18, 2002

Larry Mantle with critics Andy Klein of New Times, Henry Sheehan of HenrySheehan.com and Charles Solomon, animation critic of amazon.com discuss this week's new film releases, including Punch Drunk Love, The Ring, Auto Focus, Bloody Sunday, Formula 51, Safe Conduct, Real Women Have Curves, Jonah: A VeggieTales Movie, Pokemon 4Ever, The Happiness of the Katakuris, Pipe Dreams, and The Man From Elysian Fields. Charles also tells about the new Disney DVD Beauty and the Beast.

FilmWeek for Sep 27, 2002

Larry Mantle with critics Andy Klein of New Times L.A. and Henry Sheehan of HenrySheehan.com discuss this week's new film releases, including Sweet Home Alabama, The Tuxedo, Wasabi, Lonely Affair of the Heart, Herapurple, Siddhartha, as well as last week's Four Feathers. Lawrence of Arabia at the Cinerama Dome and the new video releases, including The Wrong Guy were also discussed.

FilmWeek for Sep 20, 2002

Ella Taylor of the L.A. Weekly, Peter Rainer of New York Magazine, and Charles Solomon, animation critic of amazon.com discuss this week's new film releases, including Miyazaki's Spirited Away, The Banger Sisters, Secretary, Das Experiment, and Burning Man: The Burning Sensation. Selected films from Documentary Days, and both the Toronto International Film Festival and the Montreal World Film Festival were discussed this week.

FilmWeek for Sep 13, 2002

Larry Mantle with critics Andy Klein of New Times and Jean Oppenheimer of New Times discuss this week's new film releases, including Barbershop, Igby Goes Down, How I Killed My Father, Low Heights, and The Dog Walker.

FilmWeek for Sep 06, 2002

Larry Mantle with critics Jean Oppenheimer of New Times L.A. and Henry Sheehan of HenrySheehan.com discuss this week's new film releases, including City by the Sea, swimf@n, In Praise of Love (Eloge dol'Amour), Elling, and Umberto D.

FilmWeek for Aug 30, 2002

Guest host John Rabey with critics Jean Oppenheimer of New Times L.A. and Andy Klein of New Times L.A., discuss this week's new film releases, including feardotcom, Amy's Orgasm, Mad Love (Juana La Loca), Satin Rouge, and I'm Going Home. Jean discusses some films in the Documentary Days 2002 at the Laemmle Theaters, and Andy tells us about Vampires Kiss and the trio of Quentin Tarantino's new releases, all now available on DVD.

FilmWeek for Aug 23, 2002

Larry Mantle with critics Jean Oppenheimer of Screen International, Andy Klein of New Times L.A., and Charles Solomon, animation critic of amazon.com discuss this week's new film releases, including S1m0ne, One Hour Photo, Little Secrets, Serving Sara, Undisputed, The Chateau, Lan Yu, and Mostly Martha. Jean caught up with last week's release Pluto Nash. Also discussed were the life of Doris Wishman and the special 70mm screening of Walt Disney's Sleeping Beauty, this week at The El Capitan

FilmWeek for Aug 16, 2002

Larry Mantle with critics Peter Rainer of New York Magazine and Andy Klein of New Times L.A. discuss this week's new film releases, including Possession, Merci Pour le Chocolat, 24 Hour Party people, All About Lilly Chou-Chou, and The Last Kiss (L'Ultimo Bacio). Larry and Andy also discuss the special screenings of Mel Brooks' The Producers and Billy Wilder's Kiss Me Stupid at the Nuart.

FilmWeek for Aug 09, 2002

Larry Mantle and critics Jean Oppenheimer of Screen International and Andy Klein of New Times L.A. discuss this week's new film releases, including Blood Work, XXX, Spy Kids 2, The Good Girl, Buddha Heads, and Secret Ballot.

FilmWeek for Jul 26, 2002

Larry Mantle and critics Peter Rainer of New York Magazine and Andy Klein of New Times L.A. discuss this week's new film releases, including Austin Powers in Goldmember, Happy Times, The Kid Stays in the Picture, Who is Cletis Tout?, and The Cockettes. Following the seven o'clock screening of Pedicab Driver, Andy Klein will be moderating a question and answer session with Sammo Hung, the director of the film, at the Egyptian Theater this Monday, the 29th of July.