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'Tusk' offers walrus-to-walrus outrageousness

It is possible that Kevin Smith has decided to flap a wet flipper at film-making. He came to prominence in 1994 for t...

'Love Is Strange': Good movie, strange title

Where did the title,"Love Is Strange," come from? It seems to have little to do with the film, which is a l...

'The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby' charts immersion in grief

Grief over a child's death cuts deeper than words can communicate. This unbearable tragedy is the engine that dri...

'The Zero Theorem' probes existential questions

Director Terry Gilliam expresses his fertile visual imagination in his latest film, "The Zero Theorem." In ...

'"Corpus Christi" promotes love and understanding

Terrence McNally's play "Corpus Christi" and James Brandon's documentary "Corpus Christi: Play...

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Local opening date: May 1, 2009 Reviewed by Diane Carson The 3D animated Battle for Terra offers a tired science-fiction plot buoyed only occasionally by some striking 3D imagery interpreted by lovely classical music. The familiar crisis begins with the…
Local opening date: May 1, 2009 Reviewed by Diane Carson Inspired by the 1930s French music halls and energetic, though not always very good, vaudeville acts, Paris 36 brings an imaginary, working-class Parisian suburb to life against the backdrop of…
April 24 - 26, 2009 Reviewed by Diane Carson Brion Gyson may be best known today for his art, especially his surrealist work and his calligraphic pieces. But Gyson was also a performance artist, writer, and, as director Nik Sheehan's…
Local opening date: April 24, 2009 Reviewed by Diane Carson The opening scene of The Informers catches a party of drugs and booze in mid-hedonistic indulgence. A fatal accident interrupts the fun, but has an emotional impact on only one…
April 16 through 23, 2009 Reviewed by Diane Carson Webster University's series, Hollywood in the 70s: The New Wild West, continues Thursday, April 16th with director Roman Polanski's 1974 Chinatown and Thursday, April 23rd with Terrence Malick's 1973 Badlands. Both…
April 18, 2009 Reviewed by Diane Carson Saturday evening, April 18 at 7 p.m. Webster University hosts a unique program commissioned by the New Music Circle. Video artists' works will be shown to the live accompaniment of outstanding musicians, among…
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