Variety has finally run Robert Koehler‘s review of Who Is Harry Nilsson (and Why Is Everybody Talkin’ About Him)? more than two weeks after it played the Santa Barbara Film Festival, but the review has two errors. The boozy rock genius died on January 15, 1994 (doc says that his funeral service happened on the day of the big ’94 California quake, or 1.17.94) and not ’92, as Koehler has it, and Nilsson’s hot song “Coconut” (as in “put the lime in the…”) was heard in Reservoir Dogs but was not “notoriously revived in the [Michael Madsen, ear-amputation] torture sequence” — that was the Steeler’s Wheel tune “Stuck in the Middle With You.”