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What’s Old Is New Again — Rewind This!

We’re living in the digital age, my friends, where media exists in a cloud and has no actual physical form. But you would never know it, based on the enthusiastic SXSW audience that packed the beautiful Paramount Theatre yesterday for the premiere of Rewind This!, a wonderful documentary on the video tape boom of the [...]

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It’s All in Your…Ass — Milo

Milo, which had its world premiere last night at Austin’s SXSW festival, is a hard film to describe. Is it a movie about a husband and wife’s efforts to conceive a child? Or a movie about a man plumbing the depths of his psyche to deal with his past? Aw, screw it. Let’s face it, [...]

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Follow the Yellow Brick Raimi — Oz the Great and Powerful

The land of Oz has been visited on screen many times since its creation in 1900 by author L. Frank Baum. But not since Judy Garland’s visit in 1939 has this fantastical realm been rendered as magically as it is in Sam Raimi’s Oz the Great and Powerful. Of course, it takes more than great [...]

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A Long, Strange, Long Trip — The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

After years of stops and starts, it’s finally time to follow Peter Jackson back to Middle-earth for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, the first film in his trilogy based on J.R.R. Tolkien’s beloved 1937 children’s fantasy, The Hobbit, or There and Back Again. And I hope you packed a lunch, my precious, because it’s going [...]

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