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The Fast and the Furiosa: "Mad Max: Fury Road"
Written By: Mike Schulz
Section: Movies

Category: Reviews

2015-05-17 17:38:56

Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron in Mad Max: Fury RoadMAD MAX: FURY ROAD

Tom Hardy plays the title character in Mad Max: Fury Road, director George Miller’s continuation-slash-reboot of his legendary post-apocalyptic action series that began in 1979, and a movie boasting a central figure who might be the most powerful, intimidating, and deeply empathetic ass-kicker of 21st Century cinema. It’s not Hardy, but he’s pretty great, too.


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Ill, Legal Aliens: "District 9," "The Time Traveler's Wife," and "Ponyo"
Written By: Mike Schulz
Section: Movies

Category: Reviews

2009-08-16 22:45:38

District 9DISTRICT 9

Director Neill Blomkamp's District 9 is a science-fiction/horror/action flick that finds a race of malnourished, understandably irate alien creatures being forcibly detained in a Johannesburg internment camp. It's also, if you can stomach the frequent bursts of bloodshed and gooey splatter, an almost insanely good time, an unapologetic "B" movie elevated to "A" status through wizardly filmmaking, macabre humor, thematic cleverness, and some of the most inventive CGI work in years.


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Holding Out for a Hero: "Watchmen"
Written By: Mike Schulz
Section: Movies

Category: Reviews

2009-03-08 22:19:25

Billy Crudup in Watchmen

WATCHMEN

In writer Alan Moore's and illustrator Dave Gibbons' graphic novel Watchmen, there's a sequence in which two of its costumed heroes, Silk Spectre II and Nite Owl II, break a third - the masked paranoid Rorschach - out of prison. And near the end of the intensely violent rescue, Rorschach delays their escape with a quick trip to the men's room.


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Star Wars: "Doubt," "Valkyrie," "The Reader," "Bedtime Stories," and "Marley & Me"
Written By: Mike Schulz
Section: Movies

Category: Reviews

2009-01-07 16:38:13

Meryl Streep in DoubtDOUBT

Based on his Pulitzer Prize-winning play, writer/director John Patrick Shanley's period drama Doubt - set in 1964, and concerning a nun who suspects a priest of sexual misconduct with an altar boy - isn't much of a movie. Shanley's previous directorial effort was 1990's Joe Versus the Volcano, and it's a shame he wasn't able to get in more practice over the last 18 years; in an attempt to gussy up the visual blandness that accompanies most theatrical adaptations, Shanley opts for a series of high- and low-angle shots and symbolic thunder, lightning, and wind effects that oftentimes make Doubt resemble a satire of a low-budget horror flick. And it's still visually bland.


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Fire up the Grill for Ghostlight’s Das Barbecü
Written By: Administrator
Section: Theatre

Category: Feature Stories

2003-08-27 00:00:00

Melissa Coulter was thrilled when she was asked to direct a show at Ghostlight Theatre. What she didn’t yet know was that the show, Das Barbecü, is actually a musical comedy loosely based on Richard Wagner’s four-hour Ring opera, is performed in country-western style, and calls for a fairly large cast of about 15 people.
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