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Film, Reel World

Bad Day at Black Rock

Respect must be paid, as Willy Loman's wife said. When the Royal Theater closed on the last day of February 1998, the chances of it ever reopening as a movie house were essentially nil. It's still a major drag to…
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Film, Reel World

Reel World

House of Games Now we know why Ted Nasser, whose family built the Castro Theater in 1922, was so reluctant to talk about Blumenfeld Theaters' expiring lease to operate the movie palace ("Breathless," Feb. 14): He was thinking about running…
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Film, Reel World

Reel World

Bring It On Terry Zwigoff sounds so chipper that I don't recognize his voice at first. The famously pessimistic Potrero Hill filmmaker is so upbeat he's even coined a tag line -- "the first teen comedy for adults" -- for…
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