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Calendar, Night&Day Polanski, Beethoven, and Dingos on Trial

Polanski, Beethoven, and Dingos on Trial

We’ve told you before what a supreme weirdo Will Franken is. Take the whole cast of Monty Python, add the Firesign Theatre, mix in one of those amateur improv shows that defies expectations, and, well, you’d be close to what…
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Calendar, Night&Day What Would You Use a Tiger For?

What Would You Use a Tiger For?

You can see the sum total of Marc Singer’s acting ability march across his face in Beastmaster as he furrows his brow at a pair of ferrets, one clutched in each mitt like furry dumbbells, and pronounces with great solemnity,…
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Film, I See Dull People!

I See Dull People!

Rather than asking if this senseless and expensive new film from wunderkind entertainer Robert Zemeckis is devoid of merit (it is), or "worth seeing" (it isn't), we should instead take the movie's title -- What Lies Beneath -- as a…
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A Dream Both Gauzy and Gutsy

William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream Directed and adapted by Michael Hoffman. Starring Kevin Kline, Stanley Tucci, Michelle Pfeiffer, Rupert Everett, Calista Flockhart, Anna Friel, Christian Bale, Dominic West, David Strathairn, Sophie Marceau, Sam Rockwell, Roger Rees, Max Wright, Bill…
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Just When You Thought It Was Safe ...

The Deep End of the Ocean Directed by Ulu Grosbard. Written by Stephen Schiff, from Jacquelyn Mitchard's novel. Starring Michelle Pfeiffer, Treat Williams, and Whoopi Goldberg. Opens Friday, March 12, at the Alexandria and the Galaxy. The Deep End of…
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Sex and the Single Parent

One Fine Day Directed by Michael Hoffman. Written by Terrel Seltzer and Ellen Simon. Starring Michelle Pfeiffer and George Clooney. Opens Friday, Dec. 20, at the Metro and Stonestown in S.F. and the UA Berkeley. Early this year, in the…
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Rhyme Pays

Poetry may have lost almost all its voluntary readership in our era of shriveled attention spans and multimedia circuses, but in Dangerous Minds poetry still moves hearts and minds -- those of bright, forgotten minority kids who most need the…
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Night+Day

wednesday july 26 Rock to Power Modeled after '70s educational programs like Free to Be You and Me, the new CD/booklet Free to Fight works as entertainment and activism: It mixes music, comics, and essays with spoken and written self-defense…
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