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ATL Abbrev. for automated tape library.

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ATL

ATL Insurance actual total loss
• Med. adult T-cell leukaemia
• Computing automated (or automatic) tape library

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Atl. Atlantic

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ATL ★★ 2006 (PG-13)

A pack of roller-skating Atlanta outsiders battle the streets and get their groove on to a bumpin' soundtrack (certain to be the perfect corporate tiein). High-octane dazzle should satisfy most looking for a safe urban-teen flick not loaded with the normally obligatory f-bomb. But the poor-boy-meets-rich-girl romance is too fluffy, and an evil drug-dealer conflict still doesn't add the bite it needs. Music-video director Chris Robinson makes his wildly disobedient big-screen debut with bling and hoopla, but a lack of grit and coherence is all too apparent. 105m/C DVD, Blu-ray Disc, UMD, HD DVD . Lonette McKee, Mykelti Williamson, Keith David, Jason Weaver, Tip Harris, Lauren London, Evan Ross, Antwan Andre Patton, Jackie Long, Albert Daniels, Malika Khadijah, Tyree Simmons; D: Chris Robinson; W: Tina Gordon Chism, Antwone Fisher; M: Aaron Zigman.

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