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October 9, 2006
Runaway

We’ve been here many times before, with a whole family on the run, although this time, at least, it has nothing to do with the witness-protection program.

October 9, 2006
Casanova

When you’ve got Peter O’Toole in a Masterpiece Theatre mini-series, who cares how many liberties teleplaywright Russell T. Davies took with the confabulations of Giovanni Giacomo Casanova?

October 9, 2006
Falling Flat

Men in Trees is Northern Exposure Lite—and it’s not the only new comedy that’s depressingly familiar.

October 9, 2006
The Dictator’s M.D.: James McAvoy

At the Toronto Film Festival, the 27-year-old Scottish actor was touted as the next Ewan McGregor, thanks to starring roles in three movies, including The Last King of Scotland, in which McAvoy plays Idi Amin’s (fictional) physician.

October 9, 2006
Rats in a Cage

Everyone’s going to hell in The Departed, and Martin Scorsese has fun killing them off along the way.

October 9, 2006
Anomie Planet

Eric Bogosian updates subUrbia to 2006. Or tries to.

October 9, 2006
Meet the New Boss

Amid a circus of hype, Peter Gelb’s Met makes its debut on the wings of a cold, stiff Butterfly.

October 9, 2006
Man, Oh, Man

Ed Harris is not a control freak. Got that?

October 9, 2006
Show and Tell: Nikki S. Lee

If Cindy Sherman had turned her “Untitled Film Stills” into an actual film, the result might have been like a.k.a. Nikki S. Lee.

October 9, 2006
At the Bull's-Eye

Picasso, the devouring father who gave birth to so much American art.

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