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Down Beat (p.64) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "Like two old friends sidling up to the bar, reed player David Murray and the late pianist Mal Waldron demonstrate that magnificent quality of jazz -- intimate conversation -- with this modest recording..."50.92965

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Entertainment Weekly (p.69) - "Murray's alternating currents -- reflection and rage -- plug into powerful context." -- Grade: A-JazzTimes (p.74) - "[T]his is a spirt-infused outing....The stylistic range spans from ethereal meditation through jaunty, Spanish-tinged swing to freedom-bound ecstasy."Vibe (p.133) - "'Transitions' rides a breezy West Indian groove, and 'Family Reunion' dips into upright jazz-funk..."50.429

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JazzTimes (12/99, p.168) - "...emits a fervor that fondly recalls his Berkeley days in the gospel church with his mother, speaking in tongues indeed....One is immediately struck by the obvious kinship of Murray and Ms.Bass, and the authenticity with which this material is delivered."30.2574

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JazzTimes (9/02, p.106) - "...David Murray's latest CD returns him to one of his most rewarding, if occasionally uneven, collaborative ventures: blending jazz and Guadeloupean music....The results are often thrilling..."0.5840998

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Down Beat (6/95, p.58) - 4.5 Stars - Very Good Plus - "...The four founding members at the core of this reformed ensemble reaffirm their jazz roots in vibrant style here, with help from guests like David Murray, Lester Bowie and Steve Turre, whose occasional squawks and squeals fit right in with the jaunty riffs and jerky rhythms..."Option (3-4/95, p.133) - "...Skatalites are at the top of their game, conceptually as well as instrumentally. Always highly conscious of jazz motifs, here they're joined by pianist Monty Alexander...as well as horn-men David Murray, Lester Bowie and Steve Turre, adding extra layers of color, swing and mischief to the rapid-fire groove..."0.4720239

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The Wire (9/99, p.63) - "...a big stuff project which belongs mostly to [David] Murray, arising out of a commission to join the WSQ with four marching bands and do something that has a kind of pan-African feel....It might be awesome in its live presentation..."JazzTimes (10/99, p.78) - "...manages to successfully absorb the multilayers of musical ideas without succumbing to pretensions....[unleashing] wicked solos and soulful cacophony...M'BIZO offers a different and potent stank."0.4172142

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Rolling Stone (7/11-25/96, p.90) - "...Carter's tribute to his own heroes also announces the arrival of a new hero..."Spin (7/96, pp.92-93) - 7 - Flawed Yet Worthy - "...Carter's got most of the history of jazz saxophone covered--his Coleman Hawkins is as good as his David Murray--and he wants to show you, bolstered here by jazz royalty from both sides of the fence....He doesn't just exemplify the idea of jazz's meeting its future; he acts it out like a pantomime..."Entertainment Weekly (6/14/96, pp.56-58) - "...Carter shows off versatility, lucidity, and wit on his...album of collaborations with veteran artists ranging from the quiet old lion of swing understatement, Harry `Sweets' Edison, to the insurgent trumpeter Lester Bowie..." - Rating: B+Q (9/96, p.110) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...an exhilarating to-hell-with-it jam on classics...some smouldering mid-tempo blues, and even an angular, staccato Anthony Braxton composition. Carter continues to show that he understands eclecticism isn't just a marketing term."JazzTimes (9/96, p.97) - "...Pairing youth with masters has always been compelling in jazz, and Carter operates with his usual confidence, and in ample deference to these masters....these are all familiar pieces, yet the freshness is keen and rewarding."Vibe (9/96, p.206) - "...Carter's fourth album as a leader, features a slew of radically reinterpreted standards made famous by saxophone greats of yesteryear....[a] powerful, neotraditional manifesto."New York Times (Publisher) (7/9/96, p.C11) - "...he's the saxophonist of the moment, and CONVERSIN' WITH THE ELDERS...shows why: he uses an astonishing tone, hard and gritty, and his improvisations are almost shocking in their audacity..."0.2086071

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"...Wain and Showalter deserve camp kudos for getting the details right..."Rolling Stone "...WET HOT AMERICAN SUMMER is generous in its comic opportunities..." New York Times "...A delectable parody....Hilariously sly....Showalter gives an inspired performance....[A} gleeful and ingenious pop satire..." Entertainment Weekly9.992766

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"...A delectable parody....Hilariously sly....Showalter gives an inspired performance....[A} gleeful and ingenious pop satire..."Entertainment Weekly "...Wain and Showalter deserve camp kudos for getting the details right..."Rolling Stone "...WET HOT AMERICAN SUMMER is generous in its comic opportunities..."New York Times9.992766

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"SCROOGED still more or less works. Credit Dickens, in part." -- Grade: BA.V. Club 3 stars out of 5 -- "Donner gets mileage from the strain of arch-cynicism Murray patented before his appointment as cinema's don of droll disappointment."Total Film "[A] dark and now-classic reworking of the Dickens tale. Bill Murray is funny beyond words..."Wall Street Journal8.406413

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"SCROOGED still more or less works. Credit Dickens, in part." -- Grade: BA.V. Club 3 stars out of 5 -- "Donner gets mileage from the strain of arch-cynicism Murray patented before his appointment as cinema's don of droll disappointment."Total Film "[A] dark and now-classic reworking of the Dickens tale. Bill Murray is funny beyond words..."Wall Street Journal8.406413

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"SCROOGED still more or less works. Credit Dickens, in part." -- Grade: BA.V. Club 3 stars out of 5 -- "Donner gets mileage from the strain of arch-cynicism Murray patented before his appointment as cinema's don of droll disappointment."Total Film "[A] dark and now-classic reworking of the Dickens tale. Bill Murray is funny beyond words..."Wall Street Journal8.406413

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"SCROOGED still more or less works. Credit Dickens, in part." -- Grade: BA.V. Club8.15971

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"SCROOGED still more or less works. Credit Dickens, in part." -- Grade: BA.V. Club8.15971

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"[Mr. Murray's] performance is a triumph of comic minimalism....[He] turns tiny gestures and sly, off-beat line readings into a deadpan tour-de-force, at once utterly ridiculous and curiously touching."New York Times "An exquisitely evocative movie that elevates rueful melancholia to a superpower..."Los Angeles Times "Many of the atmospheric details are marvelous..." Entertainment Weekly "Anderson holds steady to the delicate emotions that run beneath this stormy comedy of betrayal, death and forgiveness....[Wilson gives] a sincerely affecting performance." Rolling Stone "A movie that's a celebration of both the sea and a certain brand of imaginative exuberance..." Premiere "THE LIFE AQUATIC is a micschievous and melancholy thing of wonder....It's daring, different and memorable." Uncut Ranked #12 in Uncut's Best Films Of 2005 -- "Wes Anderson here creates a totally bonkers but entirely charming comedy..." Uncut "Bill Murray plays the Cousteau-like hero, an oceanographer-documentarian who's at once funny, screwy, childish, gallant and rueful, or downright depressed."Wall Street Journal7.267617

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"[Mr. Murray's] performance is a triumph of comic minimalism....[He] turns tiny gestures and sly, off-beat line readings into a deadpan tour-de-force, at once utterly ridiculous and curiously touching."New York Times "An exquisitely evocative movie that elevates rueful melancholia to a superpower..."Los Angeles Times "Many of the atmospheric details are marvelous..." Entertainment Weekly "Anderson holds steady to the delicate emotions that run beneath this stormy comedy of betrayal, death and forgiveness....[Wilson gives] a sincerely affecting performance." Rolling Stone "A movie that's a celebration of both the sea and a certain brand of imaginative exuberance..." Premiere "THE LIFE AQUATIC is a micschievous and melancholy thing of wonder....It's daring, different and memorable." Uncut Ranked #12 in Uncut's Best Films Of 2005 -- "Wes Anderson here creates a totally bonkers but entirely charming comedy..." Uncut "Bill Murray plays the Cousteau-like hero, an oceanographer-documentarian who's at once funny, screwy, childish, gallant and rueful, or downright depressed."Wall Street Journal7.267617

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"[Mr. Murray's] performance is a triumph of comic minimalism....[He] turns tiny gestures and sly, off-beat line readings into a deadpan tour-de-force, at once utterly ridiculous and curiously touching."New York Times "Anderson holds steady to the delicate emotions that run beneath this stormy comedy of betrayal, death and forgiveness....[Wilson gives] a sincerely affecting performance."Rolling Stone "THE LIFE AQUATIC is a micschievous and melancholy thing of wonder....It's daring, different and memorable."Uncut "An exquisitely evocative movie that elevates rueful melancholia to a superpower..."Los Angeles Times "Many of the atmospheric details are marvelous..."Entertainment Weekly "A movie that's a celebration of both the sea and a certain brand of imaginative exuberance..."Premiere Ranked #12 in Uncut's Best Films Of 2005 -- "Wes Anderson here creates a totally bonkers but entirely charming comedy..."Uncut "Bill Murray plays the Cousteau-like hero, an oceanographer-documentarian who's at once funny, screwy, childish, gallant and rueful, or downright depressed."Wall Street Journal7.267617

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3.5 stars out of 4 -- "[W]atching Murray spar with Duvall is pure pleasure....[A] funny, touching and acutely observed film..."Rolling Stone "The picture is beautifully shot by DAvid Boyd....He captures the Kodachrome contrast of rugged gray trees against bright blue sky, and his interiors have a burnished worn-velvet glow."Movieline 4.5 stars out of 5 -- "[A] funny, touching debut....A deft blend of drama, comedy, mystery and a touch of romance..."Box Office "[C]inematographer-turned-director Aaron Schneider has fashioned a measured fable, witty and deeply felt...'Los Angeles Times "Schneider establishes a tone as gentle and homespun as a bluegrass lullaby..."A.V. Club "[I]ts protagonist is vivid, enigmatic and unpredictable....Mr. Duvall is still able to carry a movie easily and gracefully."New York Times 3 stars out of 4 -- "Duvall is authentic right down to the bone...Just plain enjoyable..."Chicago Sun-Times "Duvall makes Felix a gruffly soft-spoken eccentric with a lethal mystique."Entertainment Weekly 3.5 stars out of 4 -- "[Duvall's] performance in this quiet, affecting drama is a veritable shoo-in for an Oscar nomination..."Washington Post 3 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t's Murray who make the greater impact, his droll deadpan and deft underplaying offering a neat, sly complement to Duvall and Spacek's more actorly flourishes."Total Film "Murray puts his usual deadpan spin on every line..."Sight and Sound0.3149944

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3.5 stars out of 4 -- "[W]atching Murray spar with Duvall is pure pleasure....[A] funny, touching and acutely observed film..."Rolling Stone "The picture is beautifully shot by DAvid Boyd....He captures the Kodachrome contrast of rugged gray trees against bright blue sky, and his interiors have a burnished worn-velvet glow."Movieline 4.5 stars out of 5 -- "[A] funny, touching debut....A deft blend of drama, comedy, mystery and a touch of romance..."Box Office "[C]inematographer-turned-director Aaron Schneider has fashioned a measured fable, witty and deeply felt...'Los Angeles Times "Schneider establishes a tone as gentle and homespun as a bluegrass lullaby..."A.V. Club "[I]ts protagonist is vivid, enigmatic and unpredictable....Mr. Duvall is still able to carry a movie easily and gracefully."New York Times 3 stars out of 4 -- "Duvall is authentic right down to the bone...Just plain enjoyable..."Chicago Sun-Times "Duvall makes Felix a gruffly soft-spoken eccentric with a lethal mystique."Entertainment Weekly 3.5 stars out of 4 -- "[Duvall's] performance in this quiet, affecting drama is a veritable shoo-in for an Oscar nomination..."Washington Post 3 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t's Murray who make the greater impact, his droll deadpan and deft underplaying offering a neat, sly complement to Duvall and Spacek's more actorly flourishes."Total Film "Murray puts his usual deadpan spin on every line..."Sight and Sound0.3149944

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