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Film Review: Now You See Me

June 6, 2013
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Film Review: Now You See Me

Directed by Louis Leterrier Now Playing There’s something hard to swallow about the idea of a movie about magic. Sawing a woman in half or making a rabbit disappear may still tickle a live audience, but these feats lose their luster in film form. Perhaps that’s why the CGI-heavy Now You See Me doesn’t...
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E.M.P. Collective celebrates Arrested Development with BluthCon 2013

May 20, 2013
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E.M.P. Collective celebrates Arrested Development with BluthCon 2013

Break out your cutoff jean shorts and prepare yourself for unlimited juice, BluthCon 2013 is coming May 25! We almost blue ourselves when we got word that E.M.P. Collective would be hosting a celebration of what may be the greatest show ever to be cancelled (and luckily revived), Arrested Development. Nolan Cartwright has created...
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Review: The Reluctant Fundamentalist, opening today at the Charles

May 17, 2013
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Review: The Reluctant Fundamentalist, opening today at the Charles

The Reluctant Fundamentalist Directed by Mira Nair Opens at the Charles Theatre May 17 We know what the American Dream is, but what is the Pakistani Dream? This is the question Changez, the protagonist of The Reluctant Fundamentalist, asks himself as we see him transition from an up-and-coming Wall Street business analyst to what...
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