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Culture, The Exhibitionist Celebrate <i>The Princess Bride</i>'s 25th Anniversary with a Live Performance

Celebrate The Princess Bride's 25th Anniversary with a Live Performance

When it comes to memorable movie lines, few can compare to The Princess Bride's "Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die." It's a phrase that immediately makes us nostalgic. Recite it, and little…
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Film, "The Magic of Belle Isle":  Rob Reiner Reaches a Schmaltzy Apogee

"The Magic of Belle Isle": Rob Reiner Reaches a Schmaltzy Apogee

With graceless melodramatist Rob Reiner at the helm, it's predictably ironic that The Magic of Belle Isle champions the unparalleled power of imagination while displaying absolutely none of its own. Reiner's latest schmaltzfest features his Bucket List star Morgan Freeman…
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Home Entertainment, DVDish New DVDs:<i> The Princess Bride, Killer of Sheep, Innocence, La Vie en Rose</i>

New DVDs: The Princess Bride, Killer of Sheep, Innocence, La Vie en Rose

The Princess Bride: 20th Anniversary Edition (MGM) As far as anniversary-edition DVDs go, The Princess Bride is crushingly disappointing: no Rob Reiner commentary track, no outtakes, no making-of doc, no nothing, save for a lousy game and a few short…
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Film, Dream Cleaver

Dream Cleaver

Stardust is less an adaptation of Neil Gaiman's 1999 novel than of its dust-jacket synopsis. That will come as disconcerting news to fans of the author, who thus far has avoided the fate of fellow fantasy writers and comics creators…
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Gender Bent

It takes a special kind of mind-set to celebrate castration, and audiences confusing feminine empowerment with the crude hacking off of seemingly oppressive huevos are certain to get a bang out of Girlfight, the gritty debut feature from writer/director Karyn…
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Culture, Stuff STUFF: The Final Cut

STUFF: The Final Cut

Peter Becker is the most important man in the movie business, even though you have no idea who he is. Becker himself would not cop to such a description; he, like few others in the business called show, does not…
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