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Mile-High Rock Bottom

By the ghost of Ernest Hemingway: Is anything more consistently compelling than the narrative of a brilliant, talented soul undone by uncontrollable addiction? Flight is an old spin on an old tale, focusing on a hero without a heroic bone in his body and a liver that hates him. Director Robert Zemeckis and writer John Gatins may go to the proverbial cliché well over and over again, but so long as there’s fresh...


White People Nearly Died

The 2004 tsunami that struck Eastern Asia was the sixth deadliest “act of God” in recorded history and quieted just under 300,000 lives. The first major motion picture to tackle the subject, The Impossible, is about a group of white folks who get injured and significantly inconvenienced while brown people all around them die in horrible fashion. This is equivalent to making a Holocaust movie about a family of...


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...


Where You Been, Laden?

That members of the US Senate have spent more time discussing the fictional depiction of torture in Zero Dark Thirty than they spent discussing the actual torture the military was performing in the wake of 9/11 is yet more proof that “congress” is the opposite of “progress.” Of course, this isn’t to say that director Kathryn Bigelow and writer Mark Boal aren’t challenging our ethics. They certainly are, and they...


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Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

Another coming-of-age dramedy about a sad, privileged white kid.

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Magic Mike XXL

The gang is back to dry hump. ARE YOU NOT ENTERTAINED?!

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The Wolfpack

A fascinating documentary about a family locked away by their father who use film to escape.

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