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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.

FilmWeek for Nov 15, 2002

Larry Mantle with critics Jean Oppenheimer of New Times and the returning Lael Lowenstein of Variety review this week's new film releases, including Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, The Way Home, Ararat, El Crimen del Padre Amaro, Interview With the Assassin, Daughter From Danang, and Standing in the Shadows of Motown. Larry and the critics also discuss AFI Fest 2002 as well as the new video releases .

FilmWeek for Nov 08, 2002

Larry Mantle with critics Jean Oppenheimer of New Times and Peter Rainer of New York Magazine review this week's new film releases, including Femme Fatale, 8 Miles, Far From Heaven, Derrida, The Rising Place, and last week's Tully. Larry and the critics also discuss AFI Fest 2002 as well as the new video releases.

FilmWeek for Nov 01, 2002

Larry Mantle with critics Henry Sheehan of HenrySheehan.com and Peter Rainer of New York Magazine review this week's new film releases, including I Spy, Love in the Time of Money, and The Weight of Water. Larry and the critics also discuss the City of the Angels Film Festival, Bagels & Docs: A Jewish Documentary Series, and the Ida Lupino Film Series as well as the new video releases.

FilmWeek for Oct 25, 2002

Larry Mantle with critics Jean Oppenheimer of New Times and Peter Rainer of New York Magazine discuss this week's new film releases, including The Truth about Charlie, Ghost Ship, Roger Dodger, Frida, All or Nothing, All the Queen's Men, and Waking Up in Reno. Larry and the critics review two new documentaries, The Trials of Henry Kissinger and Shanghai Ghetto, along with new video releases.

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.