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Quit Blaming Hollywood

A new study uses shoddy stats to hold the movie industry responsible for society's poor health choices.

Comedy

What Does Kill It, Makes It Stronger

What do Yo Mama and The Aristocrats have in common, besides bestiality?

Film

The Legend of Cabin Boy

The 1994 box-office bomb has gained a surprise cult following. Star Chris Elliott and director Adam Resnick reflect on their nautical misadventure.

The Blurbs

Blurb Racket 6/24/05

Our weekly roundup of misleading review blurbs—in ads for movies, books, theater, and more—takes on Heights, The Girl in the Café, Sahara, and more.

The Blurbs

Blurb Racket 6/18/05

Our weekly roundup of misleading review blurbs—in ads for movies, books, theater, and more—takes on Cinderella Man, Entourage, the latest from Nick Hornby and Umberto Eco, and more.

The Blurbs

Blurb Racket 5/31/05

Our weekly roundup of misleading review blurbs—in ads for movies, books, theater—and more, takes on Madagascar, Empire Falls, Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close, and more.

Books

When Bad Movies Happen to Good Books

Great novels are mere grist for the Hollywood sucking machine.

Film

Step into Baja

In his latest extreme-sports documentary, Dust to Glory, Dana Brown reminds us that there's nothing wrong with having fun.

Film

The Blurb Racket

In the critically acclaimed premiere of a Gelf feature, we look behind critic quotes from this week's movie ads, and find misquotes, blurb whores, and more.

Government

The Conspiracy Convention

Looking for answers at a Sept. 11 film screening

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