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Friday, January 18, 2002

"American Pie 2" -- The boys are back in town, with some college experience under their belts. This sequel will be issued on videotape and in rated and unrated DVDs.

"Glitter" -- Mariah Carey is a pop diva on the rise in this movie that opened poorly around the country and never made it to Pittsburgh theaters.

Wet Hot American Summer" -- Janeane Garofalo and David Hyde Pierce star in a comedy that embraces, spoofs and subverts the summer-camp genre so popular in the '70s and '80s. She's a camp director and he's an astrophysicist trying to save the place from being hit by debris from Skylab.

"Tortilla Soup" -- This remake of Ang Lee's "Eat, Drink, Man, Woman" celebrates good food, family bonds and the sanctity of a Sunday dinner that's closer to a feast. Hector Elizondo heads the cast as a widowed father of three daughters.

"Bubble Boy" -- Jake Gyllenhall plays a young man born without immunities who lives in a bubble, which causes problems when he falls in love with the girl next door.

"The Anniversary Party" -- Jennifer Jason Leigh and Alan Cumming make their directorial debuts with this exploration of a modern show-business marriage -- shot in 19 days using digital video cameras -- over a 24-hour period.

Also: "Gale Force," a natural disaster film starring Treat Williams; "Roots," a 25th anniversary edition of the miniseries; and "Dinner with Friends," an HBO movie about what happens to two couples when one pair decides to divorce. ; "Boycott," HBO film dramatizing the Montgomery bus boycott; "Tron," 20th anniversary edition; and "Kipper: Imagine That!" aimed at the preschool set.

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