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Soundbites

Monday, November 18, 1996 Snoop Doggy Dogg "Tha Doggfather" (Death Row) Snoop’s sophomore disc is a solid bit of gangsta funk, but it won’t live up to the expectations he set for his fans after his five-million selling debut disc "Doggystyle." All the talk surrounding this album has dwelled on how Snoop’s sound would be without the guiding force of Dr. Read more...


Anti-convention, satire secret to longevity for Troma

Monday, November 18, 1996 FILM: Deliberate off-beat cheesiness a source of productions’ appealBy Tyler Maxwell Daily Bruin Contributor Mindless sex and violence, and all that is vulgar and offensive characterize the movies produced by Lloyd Kaufman and Michael Herz’s Troma team. Read more...



Screen Scene

Friday, November 15, 1996 "The English Patient" Directed by Anthony Minghella Starring Ralph Fiennes and Juliette Binoche The great romantic war film was a genre from Hollywood’s Golden Age that seemed to be extinct in today’s growing obsession with action movies and never-ending sequels. Read more...


what if mike was one of us

Friday, November 15, 1996 Michael Jordan goes from basketball star and commercial product sponsor to movie star with the big-budget "Space Jam." With cameos from virtually every Warner Brothers cartoon character and Jordan in the incredibly likable starring role, this animation/live action movie will be enjoyable for adults and kids alike.By Michael Horowitz Daily Bruin Staff Everybody gets 15 minutes. Read more...


Flying high on deep impulse

Thursday, November 14, 1996 FILM: Juliette Binoche reveals her sole criteria in the selection of rolesBy Emily Forster Daily Bruin Senior Staff Actors have different ways of relating to emotionally distraught characters without becoming emotionally distraught themselves. Read more...