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Movie Review: The Oranges

October 4, 2012
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Movie Review: The Oranges

I should be a millionaire right now. Thirty-five minutes into this purported suburban romantic comedy, I muttered to my companion, “I’ll bet you a million dollars this movie was written by a couple of middle aged guys.” Fifty-five long minutes later the movie was finally over and there were the writer credits: Ian Helfer...
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Movie Review: Looper

September 28, 2012
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Movie Review: Looper

Looper offers stylish escapism for the thinking man. A twist-laden plot rife with time-travel and sci-fi elements teases the intellect, and demands a second viewing to put all the pieces together. Even if you think you have the plot figured out, you most likely don’t. It would be a shame to ruin the fun...
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Movie Review: The Master

September 21, 2012
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Movie Review: The Master

I’ve been obsessed with cults ever since I fled to my car during a three-day Landmark Forum course and had twelve messages from them waiting on my answering machine by the time I got home. I read everything I could about cults and found that the weekend course I had just attended was started by a...
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Movie Review: Munger Road

September 20, 2012
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Movie Review: Munger Road

When I see the words “based on true events” my interest is immediately piqued. Deep down, I know that term is used very, very loosely, but for some reason it amps up the fear factor on almost any horror film I watch. I can be watching the most mundane, run of the mill movie,...
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Alamo Drafthouse Rolling Roadshows Announced For Kansas City

September 13, 2012
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Alamo Drafthouse Rolling Roadshows Announced For Kansas City

One of the reasons so many of us in the local film community were excited to hear that Alamo Drafthouse was setting up shop in Kansas City is that they host such unique events. In addition to the regular movie offerings a variety of theme nights and special menus are featured on a regular...
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The Longest Sentence David Foster Wallace Ever Wrote

September 12, 2012
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The Longest Sentence David Foster Wallace Ever Wrote

As it happens, I believe I have identified the longest sentence David Foster Wallace ever wrote1. It occurs early in his last, unfinished novel, The Pale King, starting toward the end of Chapter 2, around the bottom ⅓ of page 21, and ending the chapter on page 24:
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Movie Review: Celeste and Jesse Forever

August 31, 2012
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Movie Review: Celeste and Jesse Forever

You’d think that a movie starring funny girl next door Rashida Jones (Parks and Rec) and SNL alum Andy Samberg will be a raucous R-rated romp full of the gross out gags and antics we’ve come to expect from the genre. Surprise, you’re wrong. Celeste and Jesse Forever takes a twist on the romantic comedy, defiantly rejecting the...
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Movie Review: Premium Rush

August 27, 2012
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Movie Review: Premium Rush

David Koepp is best known as a writer (Panic Room, Angels and Demons), but he occasionally forays into the world of directing, with mixed reception from audiences (Stir of Echoes, Ghost Town). Koepp attempts to tackle the tired car chase genre in Premium Rush … aka The Secret Life of Bike Couriers. He manages...
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Movie Review: Cosmopolis

August 24, 2012
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Movie Review: Cosmopolis

There’s, to my mind, three ways in which the angriest of us can make an argument, and they’re usually limited to personality type. The first, and most admirable, is violence, which has three subcategories: 1) the promise of threats; 2) a swift uppercut to the opponent’s jaw or unmentionables; and 3) a swift uppercut...
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Movie Review: Hit and Run

August 24, 2012
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Movie Review: Hit and Run

Dax Shepard: Okay, I’m writing this vehicle — hmm, vehicle — what do you want to be? Kristen Bell: I’ve always wanted to work in conflict negotiation, or something with horses. DS: Perfect! I’m playing a badass driver/action hero with a heart of gold and a great left hook. you can always be arguing...
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Movie Review: 2 Days in New York

August 17, 2012
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Movie Review: 2 Days in New York

Reprising her role as Marion from 2007′s 2 Days in Paris, Julie Delpy directs, stars in, writes, edits, and possibly caters this sequel. Marion’s an artist living in New York with her partner Mingus (Chris Rock) and their two children from previous relationships. Marion’s family, specifically her father Jeannot (played by Delpy’s actual father...
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Movie Review: Total Recall

August 3, 2012
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Movie Review: Total Recall

When plans were announced to remake the sci-fi classic Total Recall (1990), they were largely met with skepticism. Most people still hold the original in high regard, so why mess with a good thing? Adding fuel to the fire was the questionable choice of replacing Arnold Schwarzenegger with Colin Farrell this time around. One...
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Movie Review: Klown

July 30, 2012
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Movie Review: Klown

Klown is a Danish film based on a popular television series (Klovn) that ran six seasons before things wrapped up in 2009. Now the co-creators who also starred in the series bring their ribald brand of comedy to the big screen in a madly inappropriate take on the classic road trip film. Frank (Frank Hvam)...
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Win Free Passes To An Advanced Screening of Ruby Sparks!

July 27, 2012
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Win Free Passes To An Advanced Screening of Ruby Sparks!

Real life couple Zoe Kazan (It’s Complicated) and Paul Dano (Little Miss Sunshine, There Will Be Blood) bring the story of Ruby Sparks to the bigscreen, and you can win tickets to an advance screening of the fantasy/romance film. From Fox Searchlight: “Calvin (Paul Dano) is a young novelist who achieved phenomenal success early...
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“Breaking Bad” Sugar Crystals

July 27, 2012
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“Breaking Bad” Sugar Crystals

Blue Sky. Big Blue. Big Magic. Fans of AMC’s smash-hit “Breaking Bad” will recognize these phrases as the street names of the crystal methamphetamine manufactured by chemistry teacher Walter White and drug dealer Jesse Pinkman. One of the greatest television dramas and character studies in the history of the medium is sadly in its...
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Movie Review: The Watch

July 27, 2012
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Movie Review: The Watch

I’d almost forgotten that the last time Ben Stiller and Vince Vaughn teamed up was in 2004′s Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story, and if you asked me why I like that movie so much and am pretty indifferent on The Watch, I’d be hard-pressed to explain why. Both have very simple premises, feature largely...
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Movie Review: Beasts of the Southern Wild

July 20, 2012
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Movie Review: Beasts of the Southern Wild

There’s no question that Beasts of the Southern Wild is one of the most beguiling and original movies you will see this year, if not this decade. The film cannot be pigeonholed into any particular genre; it’s whimsical and dreamy at times, but devastatingly sad in others. Like Terrence Malick’s Tree of Life, there...
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Maybe I’ll Wait to Book Those Tickets

July 13, 2012
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Maybe I’ll Wait to Book Those Tickets

This guest post is  from Chris Kavan, Community Manager for FilmCrave.com. When it comes to summer vacation, nothings equals the thrill of being one of the first people to take an inaugural trip on the latest and greatest man-made wonder to fly through the air, glide over rails or sail across the sea. But for Hollywood, “Maiden...
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Movie Review: Katy Perry: Part of Me

July 5, 2012
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Movie Review: Katy Perry: Part of Me

Since I’m the mom of seven and nine-year old girls, I have been subjected to more Katy Perry music than anyone deserves over an entire lifetime. I tolerate her because my girls have only recently discovered pop music, and they love her. Several months ago I promised them (begrudgingly) that I would take them...
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