novel told in the first person by a young man who suffers from
Tourette's Syndrome. The mystery plot itself is stretched a little
thin, but this is a real tour de force by a writer to watch.
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Wes Anderson, director
of the sweetest and funniest movies of the 90s. Some people
didn't like the main character, but I found him fascinating
and charming in a squirmy sort of way. Also one of the best
and least contrived happy endings I've seen in a movie
recently. Bill Murray is great!
The Eminem Show
Several words can be used to describe Eminem's third
LP, but I prefer to use only one: pathetic. Just as he
did with his two previous releases, Eminem, a.k.a Slim
Shady, bashes singers and various celebrities to sell himself.
Why can't he leave NSYNC alone?