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Ten Days of Art in the Capital Region: A Preview of the Second Annual MoHu Arts Festival

Medeski Martin and Wood. Photo Courtesy Medeski Martin and Wood / Emcee Artist Management
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MoHu Fest Returns to the Capital Region: October 5―14 Ten Full Days of Art, Music, Theatre, Film, and a Helluva Lot More From Friday, October 5th through Sunday, October 14th, MoHu Fest, a ten-day arts festival happening throughout the Capital Region, will offer attendees a wide variety of theatre, dance, music, and visual and random [...]

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Will Ferrell Wants Your Vote! The Campaign, Movie Review

Will Ferrell in The Campaign (Jay Roach, 2012)
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The Campaign, Movie Review The Zany Side of Politics, Courtesy of Will Ferrell Politics are a strange and funny thing, with rules, players and practices that sometimes seem to be from another plane of human existence. So while there have certainly been political comedies before, it seemed only a matter of time before Will Ferrell, [...]

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Into the Heart of Darkness: Killer Joe, Movie Review

Matthew McConaughey in Killer Joe (William Friedkin, 2011)
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William Friedkin’s Extremely Dark & Violent Black Comedy Killer Joe, Movie Review Hovering over this film like the ominous thunder and pouring rain in the opening sequence, the rarely seen and oft-despised NC-17 rating that renowned director William Friedkin’s (The French Connection, The Exorcist) film of Killer Joe, the stage play by Tracy Letts, has [...]

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The Dark Knight Rises, Movie Review

Christian Bale in The Dark Knight Rises (Christopher Nolan, 2012)
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The Final Installment of Christopher Nolan’s Batman Trilogy The Dark Knight Rises, Movie Review Here we are. After the months, nay, years of speculating, hoping, wishing and dreaming, the conclusion to Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight trilogy is finally upon us with The Dark Knight Rises. There are two questions everyone is asking about this [...]

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One of the Best Films of the Year: Beasts of the Southern Wild, Movie Review

Quvenzhané Wallis in Beasts of the Southern Wild (Benh Zeitlin, 2012)
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A Unique Tale About Optimism and Imagination Beasts of the Southern Wild, Movie Review Let me cut right to the chase: Beasts of the Southern Wild is one of the best films you will see all year. It is both aesthetically stunning and emotionally moving, and considering the complete lack of familiar Hollywood names involved [...]

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The Amazing Spider-Man, Movie Review

Andrew Garfield in The Amazing Spider-Man (Marc Webb, 2012)
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Hollywood Reboots the Spider-Man Franchise, Ten Years Later The Amazing Spider-Man, Movie Review Making a splash into theatres, The Amazing Spider-Man stars Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker/Spiderman and Emma Stone as Gwen Stacy. For those who may not be aware, this is NOT a continuation of the Spider-Man franchise starring Tobey McGuire and Kirsten Dunst. Rather, it is a reboot of the series after plans [...]

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Moonrise Kingdom, a Childhood Love Story: Movie Review

Bill Murray, Tilda Swinton, Bruce Willis and Edward Norton in Moonrise Kingdom (Wes Anderson, 2012)
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Wes Anderson’s Latest Film Explores Young Love Moonrise Kingdom, Movie Review Wes Anderson has done it again. Moonrise Kingdom is in my opinion the best of his movies so far. It tackles childhood love without corroding the plot with a too-sweet obsession for innocence. Quite the opposite, the film follows two troubled twelve year olds [...]

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Dziga Vertov’s Man with a Movie Camera at the Lake Placid Film Forum, Review

Man with a Movie Camera (Dziga Vertov, 1929)
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Highlights from this Year’s Lake Placid Film Forum Vertov’s Classic Film Creates a New Cinematic Language Man with a Movie Camera is a movie experience unlike any other. And in the Palace Theatre, with a live musical score provided by Jeff Barker on the theatre’s famous pipe organ, it was even more extraordinary. Before the [...]

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The 2012 Lake Placid Film Forum: A Preview of This Year’s Events

Man with a Movie Camera (Dziga Vertov, 1929)
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Independent Films Return to Lake Placid The Lake Placid Film Forum: A Preview of This Year’s Films Attention all movie buffs: The 12th Annual Lake Placid Film Forum will get underway on Wednesday, June 13th and will run through Saturday, June 16th. Once again, the festival will feature screenings of films from regional, national and International filmmakers, special [...]

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Men in Black III Retains the Charm of the Original, Movie Review

Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones in Men In Black 3 (Barry Sonnenfeld, 2012)
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The Return of Mr. Smith and Mr. Jones Men in Black III, Movie Review Released this past Friday (May 25th) is Barry Sonnenfeld’s Men in Black III (or Men in Black cubed if you’re going by the poster) starring Tommy Lee Jones as by-the-book Agent Kay and Will Smith as never-read-the-book Agent Jay. Co-starring is [...]

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