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In these days of Lady Gaga singing about masturbation, Eminem shouting about relapse and rehab, and little Justin Bieber making weird girls squeak, it’s almost funny to see the hoopla surrounding the re-release of the Rolling Stones Exile on Main St. double album.
Back to Life On Tour When I heard Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters would be performing the band’s classic The Wall album on tour in its entirety live beginning in Toronto this September, it reminded me of seeing the now-defunct classic Pink Floyd line-up thrill tens of thousands of people…
He is hands down one of the greatest rock guitarists of all time, but Slash peeked in the ‘80s, and no matter what he tries, he can’t get close to recapturing the magic. His new self-titled solo album, Slash, certainly isn’t doing it. Okay, maybe that’s too much to expect…
Back in the day, the Roman Catholic Church, the Vatican, and various popes said rock and roll was “the devil’s music.” So it’s a miracle that the official Vatican newspaper, L’Osservatore Romano, just published its list of the top ten rock albums of all time. The Vatican’s favorite artists include…
Ben Affleck has had his ups and downs as an actor. After appearances in Oscar winning films like Good Will Hunting and Shakespeare in Love early in his career, Affleck starred in a series of colossal flops in the early ‘00s. Worst among them were Paycheck, Surviving Christmas, and the…
In 1987, Oliver Stone directed Wall Street, starring Michael Douglas, Charlie Sheen, and Darryl Hannah. One of the year’s most memorable movies, it earned Douglas an Academy Award for Best Actor, and made for a successful follow up to Stone’s Platoon, which earned much critical praise the year before. This…
Danish filmmaker Janus Metz’s stunning war documentary Armadillo provides insights into the nature of the war in Afghanistan and the lives of the people involved in it. The film is an aesthetic triumph, featuring both excellent cinematography by Lars Skree and powerful editing by Per Kirkegaard.The story as a platoon…
You may never have heard of Marion Woodman, but she’s a figure with something to say. Unfortunately, Adam Reid’s new documentary Marion Woodman: Dancing in the Flames isn’t the best vehicle to hear Woodman’s message. In fact, the Canadian film comes off as little more than idol worship, leaving viewers…
When I went to film school in the mid-sixties, there were three undisputed titans in cinema: Fellini, Bergman, and Antonioni.  Mind you, Lucas, Scorsese, and Coppola were still making their student films.  That's why it was so gratifying for me watching the Academy Awards telecast in 1995, when a lifetime…
This summer, Sylvester Stallone attempts a return to glory with his latest action spectacular, The Expendables. Stallone directed and co-wrote the film, which assembles some of the biggest names in action cinema from the ‘80s and ‘90s, including Bruce Willis, Jason Statham, Jet Li, and Dolph Lundgren. The film also…

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