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May 13, 2011 6:15 am by Ali Straka
May means weddings, and with the start of the summer wedding season comes Bridesmaids, a highly anticipated comedy that promises to be less like the typical chick flick and take more inspiration from popular Judd Apatow winners such as The 40 Year Old Virgin and Superbad. Maid-of-honor mayhem not your thing? The other wide-release movie [...]Continue Reading →
Fan of action flicks? More into movies with laughs? Or how about a dose of classic Disney TV? This Tuesday’s new DVD releases include something for everyone.
The Green Hornet is a superhero character that originated in a 1930s radio program and has [...]Continue Reading →
Today’s sunny and beautiful, but the weekend calls for possible thunderstorms and showers. What better way to escape the rainy weather than a trip to the movies? Here’s this weekend’s new flicks.Continue Reading →
The King’s Speech, winner of Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor and Best Original Screenplay at the Oscars, and Rabbit Hole, an indie for which Nicole Kidman received an Oscar Best Actress nom, were both popular Ragtag showings — and now they’re hitting DVD shelves on the same day.Continue Reading →
The weekend has arrived: Time to get your drink on. Thanks to our college town’s dirt cheap drink deals, you’ll only need a handful of bills to have fun at these local spotsContinue Reading →
Why TGIF? New movies! Friday means fresh releases have hit the big screens in Columbia. Here’s what’s new this weekend: Source Code, Insidious, Super and Hop.Continue Reading →
March 25, 2011 1:23 pm by Ali Straka
Staying in Columbia for spring break? If you’re not one of the lucky ones booking it to better weather, you can still escape to a different world — for a few hours, at least. New releases this week will transport you into the dark, fantastical world of kick-ass asylum escapees, the bully-filled classrooms of middle school, and the average albeit content existence of a middle-aged couple.Continue Reading →
March 16, 2011 1:05 am by Ali Straka
DVD arrivals this week include an Oscar-nominated drama with fighting spirit, a spiritual drama about the after-life and a quirky rom-com about a sperm switch-a-roo.Continue Reading →
1. Enjoy festive live music: Celebrate Fat Tuesday with the jazzy sounds of New Orleans at The Blue Note. The music venue’s Mardi Gras party will feature NOLA’s very own Glen David Andrews Band. Entry is $10 or $15 for reserved balcony table seats. Doors open at 7:30 p.m.
2. Hit the [...]Continue Reading →
March 4, 2011 5:51 pm by Ali Straka
The True/False Film Fest has invaded Columbia, but if you’re not into docs, there are still new mainstream releases at our local Hollywood and Forum theaters.
Check out these new flicks:
The Adjustment Bureau:
This romantic thriller, based on the Phillip K. Dick short “Adjustment Team,” centers around a charismatic politician [...]Continue Reading →
For movie lovers, the excitement of Fridays isn’t about hitting the bars but seeing the latest flicks on the silver screen. In the mood to laugh? Rearing for some action? Or want to be emotionally moved? This weekend’s openings offer a sampling of genres to please most moviegoers.
From the Farrelly brothers, [...]Continue Reading →
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