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Everything Must Go – X2

:: If you like Steely Dan like I know I do, you’ll be interested in this extensive review of the DVD-A version of their forthcoming album, Everything Must Go, hitting the shelves on 10 June 2003.

:: I’ve spent the last 6-7 days coughing my lungs out with a minor chest cold of some sort. Today’s the first day the coughing has begun to subside. But I’ve missed two Pilates classes, and haven’t really worked out in almost two weeks, so I’m feeling sluggish, and about as sharp as a sack of wet mice.

:: I saw X2: X-Men United on Saturday, and was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed it.

Rick Groen sums it up best: “This may not be a grownup movie but — unlike the Star Wars franchise or the Batman sequels — it is a movie that grownups can watch minus the requisite bottle of Excedrin.” Three points of view appear in the film: the two carry-overs from the first film: Magneto (kill all humans), Xavier (find a middle ground where humans and mutants can live together in peace); a third appears in the form of Stryker, played by Brian Cox, who wants all the mutants dead, good or bad. There is real tension in the film, and I was caught up in a number of the subplots. All the actors are engaging, and Ian McKellen chews up the screen as Magneto. A nice opening to the mindless summer film frey, and others seem to agree.

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