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Is the Madonna on 'Celebration' Compilation a Material Girl, or a Beautiful Stranger?new

Oh, remember when Madonna promised to lead us through the wilderness with a witty, ambitious combination of disco sex appeal, businesswoman savvy and cardinal danger? Remember when she had her own cheekbones?
C-Ville Weekly  |  Cathy Harding  |  10-09-2009  |  Reviews

'Filth and Wisdom' is Surprisingly Chastenew

If Alex Rodriguez is Exhibit A in Guy Ritchie's pending divorce from Madonna, then Exhibit B must surely be Madge's immaterial and unambitious directorial debut.
NOW Magazine  |  Barrett Hooper  |  11-03-2008  |  Reviews

The New Wild West: Talking with Guy Ritchienew

Timing, as you may have heard, is everything. While I would never imply that a married couple would get divorced simply to publicize a movie, it can't hurt the box office potential of Guy Ritchie's new RocknRolla to be mentioned in every one of the far too numerous tabloid stories about his recently announced breakup with his unimonikered wife.
Artvoice  |  M. Faust  |  11-03-2008  |  Profiles & Interviews

Madonna's 'Filth and Wisdom' is Another Unlucky Starnew

Seeking to amuse and enlighten, Filth feels joyless and pretentious, yet empty. There will be worse 2008 movies. Probably none will make their makers seem quite so smugly unpleasant.
San Francisco Bay Guardian  |  Dennis Harvey  |  10-23-2008  |  Reviews

'Hard Candy' is a Good Dance Record, but is it a Good Madonna Record?new

Ray of Light, Music, Confessions on a Dance Floor, Erotica -- these are Grade A Madonna, pop music for the thinking woman. But this time around, while there's no shortage of beats, it seems that Madonna let somebody else do the thinking for her.
C-Ville Weekly  |  Cathy Harding  |  05-07-2008  |  Reviews

Madge vs. Miminew

Madonna and Mariah Carey take their battle to the record stores and dance floors.
San Antonio Current  |  Gilbert Garcia  |  04-30-2008  |  Profiles & Interviews

Live To Tellnew

Traditional thinking goes that young artists are supposed to forget the past while older ones such as Madonna are seemingly bound by it, and once they venture outside of their fans' comfort zones, they plummet into obscurity.
Miami New Times  |  Jean Carey  |  01-10-2006  |  Music

21 Reasons Why Madonna Blowsnew

We decided to list the 21 reasons Madonna needs to retire because that’s how many years the Material Egomaniac has been subjecting us to every detail of the worst reality show ever created: her life.
OC Weekly  |  Stacy Davies  |  08-07-2004  |  Profiles & Interviews

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