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Reviewed by Mark Glass This month's TV on DVD fare is long on comedy - old and new. Many think of 1977's debut of Soap as the first prime-time spoof of "Å“daytime dramas" , mostly because of breakout stars Billy Crystal,…
Local opening date: 1/12/2007 Reviewed by Martha Baker There's no reason a fairy tale cannot be science fiction - after all, if fairies and their ilk don't classify as fiction, even a scientific version of same, what does? Arthur is…
Reviewed by Mark Glass PART ONE - MOVIES This month's movies on DVD opens with The Lives of Others - the intense German political thriller that won last year's Oscar for Best Foreign Picture. Compared to the pyrotechnics of most…
Local opening date: 4/5/2007 Reviewed by Diane Carson The French cinema industry long ago ceded to American films stories relying on big explosions, car chases, and action-packed adventures with hairpin twists and turns. French directors excel at dramatizing and probing…
3/16/2007 through 3/22/2007 Reviewed by Diane Carson Though it moves at a measured pace and bears the stamp of its theatrical origins, Becket is a treat. Originally released in 1964, new 35 millimeter prints have been struck to present Becket as…
Local opening date: 8/3/2007 Reviewed by Martha K. Baker Imagine that Jane Austen, the author of some of the greatest novels in English literature, has a story of her own to tell. Imagine that she wasn't just a dried-up, old…
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Dad Jr: Get Down. Hard.

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Graham Pagano

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Graham Pagano's debut album Quit Complaining is a high charged mix of old and new music. his old blues and classic country feel blended up with a rock and roll attitude makes this stripped down album explode…