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Hippie! Hippie! No Way!

Often culturally glamorized for establishment bucking, innovative musical clucking and free-spirited…lovemaking, the hippie movement of the 70s had a darker edge that tends to be glossed over. Sure, part of the poor remembrance can be blamed on a certain herb’s side effects, but it also speaks to our tendency to reduce history to broad brushstrokes when the real meaning is in the little nuances and decisions of...


Locally cinematic: Get to Aksarben Cinema for Burn!

It's the middle of the week. You've got nothing to do but pine away for the weekend and endure whatever slop the networks throw on their free airspace during the summer months. Well, that...OR you can go to Aksarben Cinema for Burn, which is an experience not as uncomfortable as the documentary title suggests. Wednesday (June 5) and Thursday (June 6) at 7:30 pm, Aksarben is showing this compelling documentary...


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Got Your Nose

Of the myriad of tricks pulled by magicians in Now You See Me, the least believable is attempted by Ed Solomon, Boaz Yakin and Edward Ricourt’s script: No one can suspend disbelief enough to accept that Jesse Eisenberg would reject Isla Fisher or call her fat. No one.

Much like a lust-struck partner in a terrible relationship, director Louis Leterrier’s film is all about denying reality for pleasure. Magicians...


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