96, Issue 29
LAST UPDATED: Tuesday October 22, 2002 - 2:00 p.m.THEATRE REVIEW: Into the Woods
A magical trip Into the Woods
CD REVIEW: Barbershop soundtrack
Film beats soundtrack
Don't expect the soundtrack to match the success of the film Barbershop. A film about community and the tension between new and old could have done much more with its soundtrack.
MOVIE REVIEW: The Ring
Lordless Ring terrifies audience
Before you die, you should see The Ring. No, The Ring isn't about the last days of Frodo, but it is instead a very well done, if confusing, thriller. In fact, you may feel compelled to watch the movie twice in order to fully understand its complex plot.
CD REVIEW: NQ Arbuckle
Arbuckle rocks Pinata
Quinlan, a descendant of Group of Seven painter Frank Johnston and regular
fixture at the Jane Bond club in Waterloo, just released his first album
as NQ Arbuckle (Arbuckle is Quinlan's middle name).
12 Questions: Not by Choice
Interview done - Not By Choice
The Gazette caught up with Liam Killeen, drummer of Ajax's other pop-punksters Not By Choice, for a round of 12 Questions.
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