My friend Scott recently informed me that long before the cigarettes, chocolate milk and sequined suits, Rufus Wainwright was a Canadian child star. Scott found this out while watching Tommy Tricker and the Stamp Traveler, although I have yet to find out why he was watching that movie in the first place. Because I'm too lazy to go the IMDB route, I can only assume that the movie centers around the world of Canadian mall kiosk workers and the mischevious children who exist to foil any successful sales of wind chimes and fresh produce. (Examine the kiosk I'm referring to and let me know if you agree with me - she's either selling produce or baked goods, and either way, that's nothing you'd find at an American mall. We tend to stick to roasted chestnuts and Proactiv Solution).