Out of the Black (2001)
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Mika's third album "The Origin of Love" left the critics a little bored with his predictable pop while Boys Noize's "Out Of The Black" and Donald Fagen's "Sunken Condos" were both deemed as undeveloped. Trey Anastasio's "Traveler" received more positive reviews, but it seems the Phish frontman has some room for growth in the solo act department.
At the cinema, critics felt underwhelmed at the hilariously off-putting "Alex Cross," while "Paranormal Activity 4" offered just another stock horror movie experience. "Nobody Walks" and "The First Time" were rated equally uninspiring.
We have collected some of the more cranky reviews for the week in the gallery below. Were these critics on target or too tough? Let us know what you think in the comments section.
The Grief Tourist centers on a disturbed and troubled man whose fascination with serial killers leads him and the audience on a horrific and menacing journey through his obsessive and twisted mind as he retraces their footsteps. Possibly best known for her Oscar-nominated role as Tess McGill in Working Girl, Griffith is one of America's most-recognizable actresses, thanks in part to iconic turns in Something Wild, Body Double, Born Yesterday, Crazy in Alabama and Cecil B. Demented. She is currently in production on Nick Cassavetes' drama Yellow,
"Ghoulishly Yours, William M. Gaines," which is being scripted by Eisenberg, will revolve around the banding together of an anti-establishment group of comic book creators, led by a reluctant Gaines, as they produce their controversial yet hugely popular line of comic books like Crypt, which later led Gaines to face Senate subcommittee hearings over accusations of perpetuating juvenile delinquency.
Eisenberg wrote the indie thriller Out of the Black and wrote and produced the goth thriller Hollywood Vampyr.
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