This Week in the Voice
Rob Harvilla on The Roots, hip-hop's favorite live backup and Jimmy Fallon's house band.
Tim Elfrink and Jesse Hyde on how Guantanamo's custodians are coping with their mission and prisoners in the infamous prison's last days.
Scott Foundas calls the new Harrison Ford vehicle, Wayne Kramer's Crossing Over, vulgar.
Michael Musto wonders: Tyler Perry's new movie just came out; when will he?
Also: Tom Robbins on union politics, Michael Feingold on The Story of My Life, Ask a Mexican, J. Hoberman on Zizek and Albert Serra, Robert Sietsema and Sarah DiGregorio on food, and more of everything available on page one.
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