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Cheering For The Homo Team [2]
"But I'm A Cheerleader" has something to say about sexual de-programming.
— James DiGiovanna, TUCSON WEEKLY
Mutiple Personality Disarray [3]
If bad movies can teach you as much as great ones, I'd like to bring "Coyote Ugly" 101 to order.
Coyote Ugly [4]
Pretty barmaids strut their wares.
— Kimberley Jones, AUSTIN CHRONICLE
Space Cowboys [5]
Craggy Old Men in Space are likable characters in an unbelievable situation.
— Marjorie Baumgarten, AUSTIN CHRONICLE
Love's Labour's Lost [6]
Kenneth Branagh's new Shakespearean interpretation faces the music and dances as if it were a Thirties musical.
— Marjorie Baumgarten, AUSTIN CHRONICLE
The Seven-Year Itch [7]
British documentary series takes engrossing, thought-provoking look at 'ordinary' people. Plus "The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg" and "Thomas and the Magic Railroad."
Hollow Man [8]
Out of sight, out of mind.
The Woman Chaser [9]
Modern, black-and-white, film noir exercise provides an uneven workout.

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TV Eye [10]
For your consideration: the comedy series and performers nominated for the 2000 Emmy Awards.
— Belinda Acosta, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

Volume IV, Issue 7
August 7 - August 14, 2000  

T o combat the lesbian feelings they believe are blossoming inside her, Megan's parents send her away to True Directions, a camp for teens who are sliding down the slippery slope into homosexuality. Thus begins the well-directed comedy and a well-aimed satire "But I'm a Cheerleader."

"Coyote Ugly" is, one reviewer says, a breezy shambles, a constipated construction with moments of sheerest calculation and sudden bright shining moments that are genuinely endearing. A second opinion: a likable, if confused film.

Then there's "Space Cowboys," which is exactly what it looks like: a lighthearted action adventure starring four of the most likable guys on the planet.

Also, more Shakespeare from Kenneth Brannagh, more awards from the TV Eye, and just plain more.

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