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You Should Mount Olympus

The only explanation that makes sense for the existence of Olympus Has Fallen is that someone found a 1990s action movie on VHS underneath Joel Silver’s bed and paid to have Gerard Butler digitally transposed over Steven Segal. The Die Hard franchise may be hiking up its skirt and whoring its nostalgia, but look no further than this blathering gibberish for a genuine blast from the past; it hails from a time when...


Calling all Grrrls and Wo(men)

In the world of documentaries, Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines! falls on the end of the spectrum that doesn’t rely on graphic images or astounding facts to evoke a wide range of emotions. Rather, it is a simple exploration of women…and feminism…and their role in pop culture. Simple enough, right? Although the film is independently made, it is far from low quality. Rather, the filmmakers...


Cutting Room for March 15

  • It’s rare to be excited about both sides of an ampersand, but Aksarben Cinema and Together are teaming up for a Documentary & Wine Tasting Event on Thursday April 4 from 5:30-7 pm. For $25 a ticket ($40 for a couple, and nobody will check if it’s a “Greencard” situation), you get to watch Food Stamped, a short documentary about trying to eat healthy on food stamps. Oh, and you’ll also get wine. Good wine. To...


Hocus Poke-my-eyes-out

Like a scathing satire of the Soviet Union or a mockumentary musical on grunge, The Incredible Burt Wonderstone sets its eyes on an expired target of cultural derision nobody gives a fuzzy rabbit about anymore. Dressing Steve Carrell in a Siegfried and Roy bedazzled jumpsuit only works if people know who the hell Siegfried and Roy were. Criss Angel, known for targeting gothic youth, is closing in on 50 years old...


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