True or false: Any movie whose opening sequence features the 13th Floor Elevator's 1966 regional hit "You're Gonna Miss Me" is by definition terrific. If you answered true, you're probably primed for director Stephen Frear's adaptation of Nick Hornby's cult novel about
music geeks and the women that love them. In which case, you'll be pleased to know that despite a setting change (the film takes place in Chicago, not Hornby's London), the end result is completely faithful to its source, and, for good measure, one of the sharpest and emotionally resonant romantic
comedies in what seems like years. The action centers around a tragically hip record store called Champi...