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Vibe (12/97-1/98, p.170) - "...an engaging album of poetry and jazzy percussion....In this pilgrimage through sound and psalms....Leimert Park carries you toward a poetic love supreme."29.57239

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Magnet (p.81) - "VICTORY PARK radiates soul-liberating exultation....[T]he additional sonic layers deepen the luster of the power trio's gloriously blazing primary colors."29.46737

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"[T]here is a dark underbelly to PARK ROW, where the noble art of journalism is merely a conduit through which to prove the more cynical apsects of creativity, capital and unfettered machismo."Sight and Sound29.42537

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Alternative Press (p.168) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "On PLAGUE PARK, the duo create wistful electronic torch-songs indebted sonically to the Velvet Underground and Joy Division."Magnet (p.99) - "Considering how prolific his Wolf Parade partner Spencer Krug has been, Boeckner proves here that he's capable of a few left turns of his own."29.34136

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CMJ (2/12/01, p.29) - "...Godlike....A metal fusion of Pink Floyd and the Beatles, Opeth uses dynamics and atmosphere in ways many other bands can't..."Village Voice (5/22/01, p.79) - "Avoiding the cornier trappings of goth metal and the Satanic hordes, Opeth paint on an epic canvas, sounding at times like... metal's answer to '70s King Crimson. Restless with moods and melodic lines, their impressively long songs flow and unfold over shifting blocks of rhythmic ice."29.25735

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"...[Fredro Starr's] love-hate dynamic with Perlman energizes the film..." USA Today29.13133

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Alternative Press (p.123) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[B]lazing tracks like 'The Pathos' will inevitably catalyze plenty of frenzied circle pits..."Kerrang (Magazine) (p.51) - "It's got the feel of classic Black Flag with added tunefulness amid the blood-minded fury..."29.13133

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"[T]his feature directing debut for Bryan Anthony Ramirez certainly doesnt lack ambition as it mixes and matches bits of MEAN STREETS, SLEEPERS and SCARFACE..."Variety29.13133

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"A master of composition, Mr. Park makes some of the snazziest-looking pulp fiction going."New York Times "The brio and glee that Koran bad-boy filmmaker Park Chanwook brings to the gaudy psycho-shockeroo OLDBOY is undeniable, even impressive." Entertainment Weekly "OLDBOY ventures to emotional extremes, but not without reason."Chicago Sun-Times "[With] rigorously inventive direction and an emotional undertow that builds to a startling level of intensity." Sight and Sound "[A]n explosively exciting psychosexual revenge drama from Korean powerhouse Park Chanwook that makes movies feel alive again." Rolling Stone "Park Chan-Wook is a tremendous craftsman....He ratchets up the sadistic suspense in a variety of fruit flavors." Premiere "Park's direction is bristlingly inventive, and his themes are ancient Greek in scope." Movieline's Hollywood Life Ranked #5 in Entertainment Weekly's Top Ten DVDs Of The Year -- "Fans of Tarantino and films with surprise endings that are actually surprising should flock to this Korean import..." Entertainment Weekly Ranked #10 in Rolling Stone's "Top 25 DVDs Of 2005' -- "[A]n explosively exciting revenge drama..." Rolling Stone24.66265

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"A master of composition, Mr. Park makes some of the snazziest-looking pulp fiction going."New York Times "[With] rigorously inventive direction and an emotional undertow that builds to a startling level of intensity."Sight and Sound "Park Chan-Wook is a tremendous craftsman....He ratchets up the sadistic suspense in a variety of fruit flavors."Premiere "Park's direction is bristlingly inventive, and his themes are ancient Greek in scope."Movieline's Hollywood Life Ranked #5 in Entertainment Weekly's Top Ten DVDs Of The Year -- "Fans of Tarantino and films with surprise endings that are actually surprising should flock to this Korean import..."Entertainment Weekly Ranked #10 in Rolling Stone's "Top 25 DVDs Of 2005' -- "[A]n explosively exciting revenge drama..."Rolling Stone "The brio and glee that Koran bad-boy filmmaker Park Chanwook brings to the gaudy psycho-shockeroo OLDBOY is undeniable, even impressive."Entertainment Weekly "OLDBOY ventures to emotional extremes, but not without reason."Chicago Sun-Times "[A]n explosively exciting psychosexual revenge drama from Korean powerhouse Park Chanwook that makes movies feel alive again."Rolling Stone24.66265

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"A master of composition, Mr. Park makes some of the snazziest-looking pulp fiction going."New York Times "[With] rigorously inventive direction and an emotional undertow that builds to a startling level of intensity."Sight and Sound "Park Chan-Wook is a tremendous craftsman....He ratchets up the sadistic suspense in a variety of fruit flavors."Premiere "Park's direction is bristlingly inventive, and his themes are ancient Greek in scope."Movieline's Hollywood Life Ranked #5 in Entertainment Weekly's Top Ten DVDs Of The Year -- "Fans of Tarantino and films with surprise endings that are actually surprising should flock to this Korean import..."Entertainment Weekly Ranked #10 in Rolling Stone's "Top 25 DVDs Of 2005' -- "[A]n explosively exciting revenge drama..."Rolling Stone "The brio and glee that Koran bad-boy filmmaker Park Chanwook brings to the gaudy psycho-shockeroo OLDBOY is undeniable, even impressive."Entertainment Weekly "OLDBOY ventures to emotional extremes, but not without reason."Chicago Sun-Times "[A]n explosively exciting psychosexual revenge drama from Korean powerhouse Park Chanwook that makes movies feel alive again."Rolling Stone24.66265

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4 stars out of 5 -- "Red blood trickles through winter snow, black humour oozes past a pale smile and cleansing white tofu fills in for a live octopus." Total Film "Park is a gifted visual artist with a gift for defamiliarizing even the most prosaic scenes.His style influences performances as well, as the actors shift fluidly from naturalistic bluntness to uncanny expressionism..."Los Angeles Times "Misdeed besotted with violence is still the filmmaker's action of choice, and exquisite compositional audacity is still his thing." -- Grade: A- Entertainment Weekly "[T]he florid beauty of Park's tightly controlled, endlessly inventive mise en scene is imposing enough to paper over the cracks." Sight and Sound "[S]eriously upsetting....Methodical, chilling..."Movieline's Hollywood Life24.62538

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"[T]he film is tightly knitted with echoing motifs....[Kim Ok-vin's] eyes express everything between yes and no, and she is demonically able to shift through a whole lexicon of contradictory emotions in one blink."Film Comment 3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]here is no denying that THIRST casts a hypnotic visual spell over its vampiric goings-on."Box Office "[A] rare vampire movie with serious intellectual heft, ravishing undead, biting passion and a healthy splash of irony as well as iron in all that spilled blood..."Los Angeles Times "Fans of vampire movies are not likely to see anything more graphic, extreme or twisted than THIRST."USA Today "It is a bloodstained horror movie, a dark comedy, a noirish psychodrama of crime and punishment, a melodrama of mad love, a freehanded literary adaptation and, of course, a vampire movie."New York Times "[A] gaudy, daring, operatic, and bloody funny provocation of a melodrama from Park Chan-wook....THIRST is gorgeous, every shot a keeper, even as blood flows in rivers and hell beckons." -- Grade: A-Entertainment Weekly "[I]ts turgid pace creates a queasy fascination all its own, drawing viewers into an ever-darkening locus of sin and obsession..." -- Grade: BA.V. Club 3 stars out of 4 -- "Movies exist to cloak our desires in disguises we can accept, and there is an undeniable appeal to THIRST."Chicago Sun-Times 3 stars out of 5 -- "[A] ripe stew of horror, erotica and tragedy. It's scandalously self-indulgent, but there's no denying its invention and visual power."Uncut24.51738

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"The animation is a marvel....The world of Wallace and Gromit is one of the few genuinely eccentric places left in the movies, a place where lumpy, doughy characters achieve a peculiar dignity..." New York Times 3 stars out of 5 -- "Park is a master of Claymation and dry, understated wit....Don't even try to figure out how Park can move plasticine figures around and achieve visual and slapstick miracles. Just enjoy." Rolling Stone "Charming and droll with shrewdly chosen voices....[An] adorable exercise in whimsy..."USA Today "[I]t is both welcome and astonishing to see how successful Park's unlikely pairing of his own idiosyncratic sensibility with the most labor-intensive form of animation has become....[The film] retains the clever, one-of-a-kind sensibility that made its shorter predecessors so delightful."Los Angeles Times "The movie rollicks with visual slapstick, puns, and drive-by joke-cluster bombs that fall on young and adult viewers alike with such good aim..." -- Grade: A Entertainment Weekly "Immensely funny, intelligently silly and beautifully made....The protagonists are solid cartoon types absent from cinema since Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck..." Sight and Sound "A wonderful confection of slapstick and horror ingredients, WERE-RABBIT enhances the W&G universe as it continues to grow in stop-motion complexity and craftsmanship." Premiere "[A] treasure trove of cleverness. And in its old-school claymation, the film is closer to the endearing Gumby reels of yore than today's sterile Pixar productions." Rolling Stone21.75958

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"The animation is a marvel....The world of Wallace and Gromit is one of the few genuinely eccentric places left in the movies, a place where lumpy, doughy characters achieve a peculiar dignity..." New York Times 3 stars out of 5 -- "Park is a master of Claymation and dry, understated wit....Don't even try to figure out how Park can move plasticine figures around and achieve visual and slapstick miracles. Just enjoy." Rolling Stone "Charming and droll with shrewdly chosen voices....[An] adorable exercise in whimsy..."USA Today "[I]t is both welcome and astonishing to see how successful Park's unlikely pairing of his own idiosyncratic sensibility with the most labor-intensive form of animation has become....[The film] retains the clever, one-of-a-kind sensibility that made its shorter predecessors so delightful."Los Angeles Times "The movie rollicks with visual slapstick, puns, and drive-by joke-cluster bombs that fall on young and adult viewers alike with such good aim..." -- Grade: A Entertainment Weekly "Immensely funny, intelligently silly and beautifully made....The protagonists are solid cartoon types absent from cinema since Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck..." Sight and Sound "A wonderful confection of slapstick and horror ingredients, WERE-RABBIT enhances the W&G universe as it continues to grow in stop-motion complexity and craftsmanship." Premiere "[A] treasure trove of cleverness. And in its old-school claymation, the film is closer to the endearing Gumby reels of yore than today's sterile Pixar productions." Rolling Stone21.75958

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