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Cutting Room for April 24

 

Let’s Not Be Gods

 

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College Crisis

 

Think on Your Sins, America

 

Cutting Room for April 17

 

Sexually Transmitted Ignorance

 

The Bacon of Blockbusters

 

Movieha! Your favorite movie podcast

 

Cutting Room for March 27

 

Armageddon It?

Writer/director Lars von Trier hates earth and everyone on it. Don’t believe it? See Antichrist.

Maybe that’s why Melancholia, a film that eventually gets around to pondering the end of the world, feels a bit more like a fantasy than a nightmare. As one of his characters ponders the extinction of the planet, she sums it up in von Trier’s patented lyrical nihilistic minimalism, stating simply “No one will miss...


Cutting Room for November 30

  • Aksarben Cinema (aksarbencinema.com) must want to join Dundee Theatre (dundeetheatre.com) on the nice list this year, as the theater has also added Santa’s Cool Holiday Festival to their lineup for Dec 15-18. Chock full of quirky goodness, including the hallucinatory holiday cookie that is Santa Claus Conquers the Martians, this exciting blend of merriment and puzzlement is sure to become an annual ritual more...


Coma Cuckold

As far as settings go, Hawaii is about as far from the Omaha metro area as can be imagined. So in that sense, writer/director Alexander Payne has moved on. That said, his shuffle from America’s contiguous confines marks only a radical departure in terms of geography, as The Descendants is the exact type of muted semi-drama we’ve come to expect. Chock full of quirky quiet moments and populated by ever-so-modestly...


Cutting Room for November 23

  • As someone who still giggles at the arc of Ice Cube’s career, you’ll find me chortling in the corner over this news: he’s gonna write and star in another Friday movie, possibly with Chris Tucker coming back. Tucker hasn’t made a non-Rush Hour movie since the Clinton administration, while Cube has been busy switching from “keeping it real” to “keeping it real…obvious how much I love Coors Light!” Who knows if...


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Dior and I

This documentary explores the crazy cool science behind fashion.

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Avengers: Age of Ultron

The gang returns to face a human-hating robotic James Spader.

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Ex Machina

A brilliant bit of science fiction that works like a tense stage play.

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A+

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