Monthly Archives: May 2001

Sex And The City

I’ve spent the past two days watch­ing eight epis­odes from the first sea­son of Sex and the City. I’d never watched it and was slightly curi­ous, so I ren­ted the set on DVD. Although I giggled a few times, I … Continue read­ing

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Toronto Rocks

Toronto rocks. Truly, this feels like the cheapest place in the world to buy media. Today, for instance, I pur­chased the fol­low­ing DVDs (mul­tiply prices by .67 to get $US): Being John Malkovich ($15.99) The Big Lebowski ($16.99) Elizabeth ($16.99) … Continue read­ing

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Suspect Video

I’ve found an amaz­ing place to rent DVDs in Toronto. I’ve known about their incred­ible selec­tion of videos for years, but Suspect Video has more DVDs than any­where else, and they’re cheap, too. $3.25, tax included for either 1 night … Continue read­ing

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Film Club

Brooke has come up with a great idea. Every month, prob­ably on the first Friday, we’re going to host a film night at her place. It’s a great way to keep in touch with our friends, and even if not … Continue read­ing

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Incubus

Incubus (1965), star­ring a pre-Trek William Shatner, is the only film with dia­logue spoken entirely in Esperanto. It was con­sidered lost for almost thirty years until a print was dis­covered in the base­ment of a Paris cinema. Fascinating.

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