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<p>  Play Time</p> Cutting Room for December 21

  • After the hustle and bustle of the holidays, we all deserve some Play Time and Film Streams (filmstreams.org) is going to give it to us. They will literally be screening Play Time, the 1966 comedy by legendary French director Jacques Tati, at 7 pm on Thursday, Jan. 12. Together with daOMA (design alliance OMAha) and Omaha Creative Institute, the theater will also host a post-show discussion featuring New York...


Physics Schmysics

Action movies have long played fast and loose with the laws of physics, largely eschewing logic in favor of spectacle. Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol doesn’t just play footsie with fantasy: it is a two-hour middle finger to Sir Isaac Newton, a love letter to physical deeds that can’t be done. And it is so much stinkin’ fun.

Unlike the previous entries in the franchise, which have either been lambasted for...


Cutting Room for December 14

  • If you’ve got the “I don’t know what to do with these in-laws visiting for the holidays” blues, you can thank Santa for the gift of Film Streams (filmstreams.org). The Ruth Sokolof Theater has some great events that just may bail you out of those awkward conversational pauses and disapproving backhanded compliments. First up, on Dec 15 at 7 pm, the “Silents in Concert” series concludes with a screening of The...


Revenge of the Baby-sat

For a movie that judiciously “borrows” from a marginally beloved 1980s Elizabeth Shue movie, The Sitter somehow feels like a Vh1 countdown special on “overused comedy beats from the 2000s.” This is “kitchen sink” comedy at its most uninspired, as writers Brian Gatewood and Alessandro Tanaka empty out their reserve of go-to staples such as “white nerd impresses cool black folks,” “running from wacky but murderous...


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