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Old and New, Good and Bad in Theaters

George Wolf George Wolf Old and New, Good and Bad in Theaters

Well, this week’s big releases are middling, but man there are some great indies out there this week if you know where to look. Luckily, we have that intel for you. Here’s the skinny. Old In theaters by George Wolf The last 20 some odd years have been somewhat odd for M. Night Shyamalan. There […]

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Columbus Genre Filmmaker William Lee Gets Blu-ray Restoration

Hope Madden Hope Madden Columbus Genre Filmmaker William Lee Gets Blu-ray Restoration

What are you waiting for? Shoot the movie! This is William Lee’s motto, as evidenced by the 15 features he’s directed, a 16th that he’s completed and is ready for distribution, and 17th that is now prepping for production. But the prolific filmmaker and instructor—Lee teaches a film production course at CCAD and an online […]

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Bugs & LeBron, Cage & a Pig, and More in Movies

Hope Madden Hope Madden Bugs & LeBron, Cage & a Pig, and More in Movies

Step into the wayback machine this weekend. Nostalgic for WB ‘toons playing basketball? Remember when Nicolas Cage could act, not just behave erratically? Recall a time when you could get a decent cheeseburger in a restaurant for under $15? It’s all here this weekend, plus a beautiful true romance, a gorgeous doc about trees, a […]

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Mean Girls & 2000s Nostalgia at Grandview Theater

Hope Madden Hope Madden Mean Girls & 2000s Nostalgia at Grandview Theater

Grandview Theater is trying to make fetch a thing. We weren’t paying attention to much of anything for about 18 months, but somewhere in there the 2000s hit their 20th anniversary. That is to say, popular culture from the 2000s is now nostalgic. That’s what Charlie Pulliam and Natalie Spencer at Grandview Theater (1247 Grandview […]

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Choice Picks in Theaters

George Wolf George Wolf Choice Picks in Theaters

As long as you know where to look, you can find some outstanding entertainment options this weekend. Fresh indies and remarkable documentaries are the real gems this weekend, but a couple of old war horses will entertain their won specific crowds. Here’s the skinny: Zola In theaters by George Wolf Is it surprising that movies […]

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How America Killed My Mother Premieres at Studio 35

Hope Madden Hope Madden How America Killed My Mother Premieres at Studio 35

People deal with grief in different ways. For Ed Larson (producer of Netflix’s Bumping Mics and Comedy Central’s Roasts), losing his mother led him down a path others might never consider. “I was so mad, and I didn’t know how to place my anger, really,” he says. “My mom died in 2016 of diabetes and […]

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