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Summer Cinema 2000
Coming soon to a multiplex near you: rampaging dinosaurs, fireball-dodging heroes, horny teens and hated mutants sworn to defend mankind. [05-22-00]
— Zachary Woodruff, TUCSON WEEKLY

The Witching Hour
"The Blair Witch Project" sneaks up on you when you're least expecting it. [08-02-99]
— Zachary Woodruff, TUCSON WEEKLY

Who's On The Dark Side Now?
A totally subjective guide to summer cinema. [05-24-99]
— Zachary Woodruff, TUCSON WEEKLY

Ready For Take-Off?
We chat with an air-traffic controller about "Pushing Tin." Don't read this if you're planning on flying anywhere in this lifetime. [05-03-99]
— Zachary Woodruff, TUCSON WEEKLY

The Fat And The Skinny
Eat your hearts out, Siskel and Ebert. Our two guys can trade insults and review "My Favorite Martian," too. [02-23-99]
— James DiGiovanna and Zachary Woodruff, TUCSON WEEKLY

Boy Toy
Nick Hornby has written a delightful, if somewhat transparent and sentimental, novel about guys. [09-08-98]
— Zachary Woodruff, TUCSON WEEKLY

Czech Mate
Surprise, Surprise! Milan Kundera's latest novel, "Identity," unfolds in an almost entirely linear fashion. [08-24-98]
— Zachary Woodruff, TUCSON WEEKLY

Blockbusted
"Sex, Stupidity and Greed," by Ian Grey, provides an entertaining stab at the age-old question, "Why are movies so bad?" [08-10-98]
— Zachary Woodruff, TUCSON WEEKLY

Seeing Through The Roos
Writer director Don Roos tells a plot heavy story of love, betrayal and acceptance among a highly unlikely extended family, and makes it all seem brisk and light. [07-06-98]
— Zachary Woodruff, TUCSON WEEKLY

X Marks The Plot
X-Files, the movie represents a sinister scheme to get TV viewers to fork over a pile of cash to see even more wooden, TV-type crapola. [06-29-98]
— Zachary Woodruff, TUCSON WEEKLY

Summer Flick Yardstick
With the hideous heat closing in, here's what to expect in the cool, dark embrace of the world of cinematic make-believe. [05-26-98]
— Zachary Woodruff, TUCSON WEEKLY

First-Class Delivery
Going postal has never been this funny. [03-09-98]
— Zachary Woodruff, TUCSON WEEKLY

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