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Cutting Room for January 18

  • Lance Armstrong may have copped a squat on the world of competitive cycling, but he didn’t ruin Aksarben Cinema’s support for bikes in general. On Feb. 21 at 6 pm, the cineplex-that-beats-the-rest will be showing Reveal the Path, which sounds like Gandalf’s dialogue but is really a film that “contemplates what it means to live an inspired life using the bicycle as a mechanism to explore, dream and discover.”...

Cutting Room for January 11

  • There is little question that when The Beatles sang that “the best things in life are free,” they were referring to Aksarben Cinema’s Free Family Flicks, which are happily not saved for “the birds and bees.” In fact, they are extended to anyone who hits up Enterprise Bank, Learning HQ, Ponzu Sushi and Grill, Jones Bros Cupcakes and Together Omaha, who have partnered with “the Ak” to offer free tickets for...

Cutting Room for January 4

  • Sorry to start out your year with tears, but this is too good not to share. Although the Internet is most often used to rip into the flimsy psyche of others or to explore “what’s new in porn these days,” sometimes it does good things. A week or so after a story about a man named Dan who is a huge Star Trek fan and who has terminal cancer was posted all over the web, director JJ Abrams got word of it. Despite...

Cutting Room for December 28

  • Look, people behind The Muppets sequel, you can stop already. You already have The Muppets in it, which is enough. Plus, there will be singing, which is awesome. Now comes word that we may trade Jason Segel for Ricky Gervais. That’s like saying, “I’m sorry, we’re totally out of jet packs to rent, would you like this rocket ship?” The only sad thing is that Ty Burrell has the role that was going to go to...

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