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Mason, You Ignorant Slut

 

Syrek Sucks on Suicide Squad

 

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Good Bad Guys or Bad Bad Guys?

 

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Men in Bleak

The good news is, it appears Jeff Bridges at least entertained himself while on the set of R.I.P.D. Whether the legendary thespian was trying to dive into the Depp by delivering a delightfully weird caricature for mass appeal or whether he was just plain bored, the result is one of the strangest performances in a career most celebrated for a drunken bowler. Ryan Reynolds was also in attendance.

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Cutting Room for July 19

  • Who better to judge movies than folks who know books?! Film Streams (filmstreams.org) just announced that the curators of the 2013 Local Filmmakers Showcase (Oct. 17-24) will be Jackson Street Booksellers. Last year, Omaha-based band The Faint curated, which leads me to hope for a slammin’ dance album from Jackson Street Booksellers. Not that local filmmakers from Nebraska, Iowa and South Dakota would ever...


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Close to Something

In one of the most insightful, clever comments in a movie surprisingly devoid of insightful, clever comments, backup singer Janice Pendarvis notes, “When you think about the history of pop music and all the memorable hooks that most people sing along with, they’re singing along with us most of the time.” Multiply that one idea by 90 minutes and you have the entirety of 20 Feet from Stardom, a documentary that...


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