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NOW Magazine - Anniversary special - - Toronto Symphony Orchestra -

“To para­phrase Bo­gie, it doesn’t take much to see that the prob­lems of three lit­tle peo­ple don’t amount to a hill of beans in this crazy world, and that’s the curse of Gen­er­a­tion X.” – about the movie Re­al­ity Bites “House lights have rarely been so in­tru­sive at the end of a per­for­mance as when this spe­cial world is dis­solved.” – about the play Re­quiem For An An­gel “And to be hon­est, in an age of male movie stars with zero per cent body fat, Candy stood out as in­spi­ra­tion to those of us who see din­ner as some­thing stand­ing be­tween us and dessert. He was an anti-hero in the age of as­ceti­cism.” – about John Candy, who passed away in March “I’m not nec­es­sar­ily say­ing we need to see were­wolves dis­em­bow­elling their prey and gnaw­ing on their en­trails, but hey, in the realm of the mod­ern hor­ror movie, it’s no guts, no glory.” – about a rather blood­less Wolf, with Jack Ni­chol­son “The most im­pres­sive ef­fect, and I can’t fig­ure out how they did it, is to make Gary Sinise into a dou­ble am­putee – it isn’t like the old days when Jose Fer­rer would walk on his knees while wear­ing a long coat.” – about Forrest Gump

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