“Shanghai Knights,” the sequel to “Shanghai Noon,” maintains the comic ingenuity of Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson. In the sequel, Chan’s character, Chon Wang, and Wilson’s character, Roy O’Bannon, travel to England. After receiving a great amount of gold in the first film, Wang became the sheriff of Carson City, Nevada, while O’ Bannon moved to New York to invest the money in the stock market.
A lot of people aren’t going to like “El Crimen del padre Amaro” (“The Crime of Father Amaro”). In fact, a lot of people already don’t. The movie has been surrounded by controversy since its release in Mexico and has since been boycotted by the Catholic Church.
First of all, I’d like to let all of you readers know that this is not going to be a very informative review. To do an informative review, I would have had to listen to the CD more than once, and I just couldn’t bring myself to do it. My apologies. The CD in question is “Holy Roller Novocaine.
America loves imports. Whether they are from Britain, Australia or Sweden, American audiences can’t seem to get enough of bands with those suave accents. The Sahara Hotnights, one of the past year’s “Swedish invasion” bands, proved this theory Monday night at Alley Katz, when they won over a lukewarm crowd.
‘Six Feet Under’ In a characteristically twisted season premiere, “Six Feet Under” begins with Nate dying during surgery. He then meets his father, who died at the beginning of the first season, and goes through different “what if?” situations, such as if he had stayed with Brenda and had kids or if he had married another woman and ended up living in a trailer park.