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New films: the Theory of Everything, Mockingjay, Horrible Bosses 2

It’s a good week at the movies with solid options to fit several tastes. The Theory of Everything Directed by James Marsh The best and most meaningful film of the week is a film about the early life of famed physicist Stephen Hawking – who was diagnosed with motor neuron disease 50 years ago and...

New films: Interstellar vs. Big Hero 6
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New films: Interstellar vs. Big Hero 6

There’s a wonderful film opening this week that features society in a somewhat altered future, with advanced science, genius thinking, and travel through a dimensional wormhole – but it’s not Christopher Nolan’s “Interstellar,” it’s Disney’s latest animated feature “Big Hero 6” directed by Don Hall...

New film: Keanu Reeves is "John Wick"
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New film: Keanu Reeves is “John Wick”

John Wick Directed by Chad Stahelski “John Wick” is one of those films that can easily alienate some film critics, while still maintaining a firm hold on the slightly positive side of the critical mass (i.e., with many people giving it moderately good reviews). But it’s worth considering the film...

Sacramento Ballet Sizzles at 60 with Great Gatsby Season Opener
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Sacramento Ballet Sizzles at 60 with Great Gatsby Season Opener

The Sacramento Ballet opened its 60th season Thursday with a reprise of co-artistic director Ron Cunningham’s ambitious “The Great Gatsby.” The “Roaring 20s” sets the stage for this full-length dance that turns F. Scott Fitzgerald’s great American novel into a great American...

Friday's last Trash Film Orgy screening at the Crest Theatre
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Friday’s last Trash Film Orgy screening at the Crest Theatre

After 14 years of successfully entertaining late night movie goers, the locally produced Trash Film Orgy (TFO) film festival series is ending its run at the Crest Theatre. It may well be back at another venue, but TFO is directly connected to the current Crest management team, who have lost their...

Moviebriefs: Pride, The Judge, Alexander and the...Very Bad Day
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Moviebriefs: Pride, The Judge, Alexander and the…Very Bad Day

Here’s another quick moviebriefs roundup of most of this week’s new films.   Kill the Messenger Directed by Michael Cuesta For special coverage of this release and an interview with Gary Webb’s son Ian: LINK.   Pride Directed by Matthew Warchus The best film of the week follows others in...

SacAnime Celebrates 10 Years in Sacramento
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SacAnime Celebrates 10 Years in Sacramento

Looking more like a busy time of the day at a crowded New York City subway, thousands of people walked around the Sacramento Convention Center as over 10,000 fans and cosplayers descended to attend SacAnime’s summer event. Two SacAnime conventions take place in Sacramento annually. A three...

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