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Tracy Letts' August: Osage County

Mid-week hello’s to you, readers!

This week actually feels really packed. I have an unnecessary amount of appointments, the ones you get for routine check ups you don’t really want. 470 more words

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Sundance Film Review: Indignation

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Indignation concerns itself with a number of quintessentially Philip Roth topics: Judaism, sexual repression, older forms of Americana, atheism. 832 more words

Film

Sundance Film Review: Christine

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“She’s my favorite person.”

We’ve seen the depression movie. You know the one I’m talking about. 861 more words

Film

'Christine' (2016) | Sundance Review

Arguably, the highest compliment you can pay a film based on a true story is that it does not feel like it was based on a true story. 741 more words

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Sundance Film Review: Wiener-Dog

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“Everything has a beginning, and everything has an end.” This is one of many sobering life lessons we learn over time, but one we traditionally never grasp until it’s too late. 698 more words

Film

Todd Solondz Spins His Wheels with the 'Welcome to the Dollhouse' Pseudo-Sequel 'Wiener-Dog'

PARK CITY, UT: Sometimes a single shot can crystalize a movie’s entire ethos, and that shot comes early in Todd Solondz’s Wiener-Dog, which premiered before a packed house at the Sundance Film Festival Saturday. 854 more words

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Superior Donuts

Superior Donuts is a superior play.  Theatre Huntsville is running this production at the VBC Playhouse through 23 January, and everyone needs to make every effort to go see it before it closes. 814 more words

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