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Music, All Shook Down You Should Listen to This Chest-Thumping Remix of <i>The Wolf of Wall Street</i>

You Should Listen to This Chest-Thumping Remix of The Wolf of Wall Street

Cocaine! Hookers! Matthew McConaughey pumping his chest in a fancy restaurant! There were many indulgences in The Wolf of Wall Street -- and now we have one more. The folks at Eclectic Method have gone and remixed McConaughey and DiCaprio's…
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Film, "The Wolf of Wall Street": DiCaprio Lovable as a Debaucherous Plutocrat

"The Wolf of Wall Street": DiCaprio Lovable as a Debaucherous Plutocrat

The swindling, swollen-headed stockbroker Jordan Belfort may have been a hard-sell shaman, but in one respect he simply got lucky: His memoir came to the attention of Martin Scorsese. Throughout The Wolf of Wall Street, while Leonardo DiCaprio lets loose…
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Music, All Shook Down Bob Dylan's <i>Tempest</i>: A First Listen

Bob Dylan's Tempest: A First Listen

Bob Dylan is 71. Always-strong critical showings from such septuagenarian contemporaries as Leonard Cohen, Paul Simon, and Tom Zé still don't even come close to his towering impact. After all, they weren't presented with the Presidential Medal of Freedom. He's…
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Film, "Titanic 3D": CGI Spectacle Doesn't Age Gracefully

"Titanic 3D": CGI Spectacle Doesn't Age Gracefully

A historical romance with a then-unheard-of price tag, James Cameron's 1997 Titanic was the nearest thing to a Gone with the Wind-style cinematic event that the millennials could call their own. Now Titanic has bobbed to the surface yet…
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Film, Christopher Nolan interview: Can "Inception" director save the summer?

Christopher Nolan interview: Can "Inception" director save the summer?

Christopher Nolan doesn't wear a black cape (though he is partial to a finely tailored dark suit) and, to the best of my knowledge, harbors no secret identities (unless you count his dual British and American passports). But like a…
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Calendar, Night&Day Winter's Tale

Winter's Tale

T Cooper is interested in history as written by the losers. Not losers in the Greenberg-esque, misanthropic-shitbag sense, but those who've been on the ass-end of history's atrocities. Cooper edited the 2007 anthology The Fictional History of the United States…
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News, The Snitch The Paper Trail: Meet Your Local Artistic Geniuses; Facebook Dating Etiquette 101; Leonardo DiCaprio Goes INSANE!

The Paper Trail: Meet Your Local Artistic Geniuses; Facebook Dating Etiquette 101; Leonardo DiCaprio Goes INSANE!

Are you a duly appointed federal marshal? A creative mastermind? A budding Facebook Casanova? Are you just looking for a steady paycheck? Don't worry -- today's print edition of SF Weekly is here to help.The centerpiece of this week's issue…
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Film, Scorsese's head-trip <i>Shutter Island</i> is the good kind of insane

Scorsese's head-trip Shutter Island is the good kind of insane

Martin Scorsese's Shutter Island, a florid art shocker Paramount welcomed into the world with the strained enthusiasm of a mutant baby's parents, begins with U.S. Marshal Teddy Daniels (Leonardo DiCaprio) seasick, head in the toilet. The film is his prolonged…
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Film, Lies We Can Believe In

Lies We Can Believe In

A new kind of war movie for a new kind of war, Body of Lies is about the War on Terror as it is being waged on the ground, in the air, but most of all in cyberspace. Directed with…
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Calendar, Night&Day Eve of Destruction

Eve of Destruction

Al Gore succeeded in ramming global warming into the frontal lobe of American consciousness, but he didn’t make it sexy. Fortunately, scraggly man Leonardo DiCaprio has stepped up to perform that all-important function. As co-producer and onscreen narrator of The…
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Film, Damn You, Environment!

Damn You, Environment!

Leonardo DiCaprio wants you to know that we are in serious trouble. No amount of artful chin stubble, it seems, will reverse the depletion of fossil fuels or help to slow population growth. Not even three Oscar nominations will save…
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Film, Bait and Switch

Bait and Switch

No studio director was a greater hero to the Hong Kong new wave than Martin Scorsese. John Woo dedicated The Killer to him; Wong Kar-wai modeled his first feature, As Tears Go By, after Mean Streets; Taxi Driver's rain-slicked slo-mo…
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News, Sucka Free City Who's the Man?

Who's the Man?

In the village known as Manhood, there are many breeds of male: the masculine, the metrosexual, the Scooter Libby. But if there's a mayor of Manhood, one guy who represents modern man in all his incongruities — tough yet sensitive,…
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Culture, Art Maverick or Madman?

Maverick or Madman?

When I first heard of the late, great Stanislav Szukalski, I thought he must be a hoax -- a fabrication of some canny art dealer out to make a buck, or an artist's joke aimed at deflating the pretensions of…
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Film, Crash and Yearn

Crash and Yearn

The parade of real-life figures strolling into the googolplex has been endless this year: Look, there's Jamie Foxx as musical Mount Rushmore Ray Charles, Johnny Depp as Peter Pan author J.M. Barrie, Kevin Spacey as forgotten teeny-popper Bobby Darin, Liam…
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Film,

Mad Poets Society

Listening to the 19th-century French poets in director Agnieszka Holland's Total Eclipse talk about changing the world and inventing the future is like eavesdropping on a band of ambitious Martians. Their drive and pride are recognizable, but the characters themselves…
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