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'Jerusalem' exploits IMAX technology and inspires
Far too often, IMAX technology is used for films that could just as easily fit on a disc in a laptop, but "Jerusalem," the latest film in the OMNIMAX theater of the Saint Louis Science Center, exploits the technology into…
'The Summit' doesn't quite reach the heights
"The Summit" chronicles a tragic loss of life on K2, the Himalayan mountain, second highest in the world at 28,251 feet. On August 1, 2008, 25 climbers left Camp Four to climb K2. Eleven would not survive the descent, always…
'Sign Painters' reveals what's behind the serifs
"Sign Painters" is a documentary that raises the quintessential post-doc question: "Who knew?" Behind every sign is a painter -- at least, behind signs not slapped together with vinyl letters from a computer. Those painters are opinionated, fiercely in favor…
'Gravity' defies and surpasses expectations
As "Gravity" opens, astronaut Commander Matt Kowalski works over 300 miles above Earth on the Hubble Telescope with his co-worker, medical engineer Ryan Stone. Quickly and unexpectedly, disaster strikes when debris from a communications satellite destroyed by Russia hurtles toward…
'The Patience Stone' immeasurably rewards patience
An unnamed woman sits in a war-ravaged room, her husband comatose, a bullet in his neck from a quarrel after an insulting exchange with fellow Jihad fighters. She can't afford any more serum so devises a sugar water substitute. Her…
'Enough Said' is a perfect little movie
Not enough good can be said about "Enough Said." It is, in many ways, a perfect romantic comedy, well written, expertly directed and edited, finely cast and admirably played by the actors in the ensemble.
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