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'Big Eyes' focuses on art: whose?
There are those who look at Margaret Keane's paintings of waifs with big eyes and gag. They are the ones wondering why anyone would care who actually painted those ghastly, stunningly manipulative paintings. And then there are those who take…
'Unbroken' chronicles a life of gristle
When Angelina Jolie appeared on "The Daily Show," Jon Stewart asked her to summarize the life of Louis Zamperini, the subject of "Unbroken," which she directed. Jolie rapidly ran through the highlights and then collapsed on the desk, exhausted from…
"Into the Woods" supersedes Broadway version
What would happen if you took fairy tales and jostled them together as if they were the stories of a community? Each neighbor would have a tale, but each tale would segue or impinge or depend on the lives of…
'The Imitation Game' imitates life only so far
To go by "The Imitation Game," England won World War II through the good offices of one man, Alan Turing. Though surrounded by other good men, and one good woman who slipped into the hut at Bletchley Park, Turing, according…
'The Gambler' masochistically, repeatedly courts disaster
English professor Jim Bennett has a dual personality. By day, he lectures university students in an animated way on the modern novel. By night, he debases himself and everything he professes to believe by repeatedly wagering every dollar he has…
'Foxcatcher' powerfully but subtly profiles tragedy
In the opening scene of "Foxcatcher," director Bennett Miller establishes his observational cinematic style. Wrestlers Mark and Dave Schultz, both 1984 Olympic gold medalists, physically grapple, at first just as part of a typical training session. Then, with increasing tension,…
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Karate Bikini is an eight piece ensemble who's members hail from St. Louis and the metro area. They are a large band with a large sound. Their latest album A Simpler Sugar is full of upbeat pop songs,…

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