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Miley Cyrus with Her Back Exposed! The Horror!new

Disney may own the rights to Hannah Montana, but Miley Cyrus is a human being. Sure, she's a star and a zillionaire and everything, but she's still a teenage girl. The idea that she must studiously avoid anything that smacks of maturity is ridiculous.
Weekly Alibi  |  Benjamin Radford  |  05-20-2008  |  Commentary

Nair's Fairnew

Reese Witherspoon gets her period piece.
Missoula Independent  |  Nicole Panter  |  09-30-2004  |  Reviews

Pomp and Circumstance Drives Brit-Lit Romancenew

I really couldn't give a toss if poor Ms. So-and-so finally climbs up that snobby social ladder and marries Lord What's-his-name.
Weekly Alibi  |  Devin D. O'Leary  |  09-03-2004  |  Reviews

Reese's Pieces of Thackeraynew

Disappointing screen adaptation lacks the novel's satiric edge.
Austin Chronicle  |  Marjorie Baumgarten  |  09-02-2004  |  Reviews

Mira Nair Spins Thackeray's Classic Heroinenew

Nair's multifaceted work has often focused on outsiders, from the Bombay strippers in her 1985 documentary India Cabaret, to the Cuban exiles living in Miami in The Perez Family. It thus seemed almost inevitable that Nair would one day turn to Vanity Fair, which she's loved since she first read it as a 16-year-old growing up in Orissa, India.
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  Felicia Feaster  |  08-26-2004  |  Profiles & Interviews

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