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Just a simple [cpan.org] guy, hacking Perl for fun and profit since way back in the last millenium. You may find me hanging around in the monestary [perlmonks.org].

What am I working on right now? Probably the Sprog project [sourceforge.net].

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Journal of grantm (164)

Friday February 13, 2004
03:12 PM

Film Review: Spider

[ #17405 ]

I have no doubt that this production is a fine piece of cinematic art. The actors played the parts convincingly. The overall mood of the movie (bleak, bleak, bleak) and pacing (interminable) are undoubtly exactly what director David Cronenberg wanted to achieve. But (and you knew there was a 'but' coming), this description from the video jacket ...

«a tense phsychological thriller with twists and turns that will keep you guessing right up until the last moment»

... could not be further off the mark. If that quote describes what you're looking for then Spider is not the movie for you.

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