See While We’re Young at Tower
Film Review by Frances Marlatt
Josh (Ben Stiller) and Cornelia (Naomi Watts) are a middle aged couple going through what can only be described as a mid life crisis.
While all of their friends are having babies, they are discussing hypothetical vacations made possible only by their childless existence.
Don’t Miss Toulouse-Lautrec & Gambatte!
Two not-to-be-missed shows are winding down this month at local museums.
If you haven’t already seen “Gambatte! Legacy of an Enduring Spirit” at the California Museum and the Toulouse-Lautrec exhibit at the Crocker, what are you waiting for?
Rapture, Blister, Burn heats up Cap Stage
by Chris Narloch
You have until Sunday, April 12 to enjoy – and enjoy you will – the Capital Stage production of Gina Gionfriddo’s Rapture, Blister, Burn.
A very fine, five-person cast (skillfully guided by director Shannon Mahoney) has found the heart of this clever, ambitious comedy, which deals with a middle-aged love triangle that takes unexpected twists and turns.
Fast & Furious 7 and Four Other Films Reviewed
by Chris Narloch
In between attending Good Friday services, decorating eggs, and having Easter brunch (or dinner), you may find yourself with a couple free hours to catch a movie.
The latest “Fast & Furious” film will no doubt dominate the Easter weekend box office, but there are a couple other, smaller movies in theaters that should satisfy fans of indie and foreign films.
Statements on Proposed Amendments to Indiana and Arkansas RFRA
The ACLU and GLSEN have issued the following statements in response to the Indiana legislature proposing amendments to address the harmful effects of SB 101, a Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) bill, and Arkansas Gov Hutchinson's call for changes to that states RFRA
From the ACLU:
“The events in Indiana over the last week represent a dramatic change in the way our country reacts to discrimination hiding under the guise of religion.
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