Tom Hardy heats up ‘Locke’ on DVD

Plus extra Woodstock & Grace Kelly

by Chris Narloch

If you’re looking for a movie to rent or stream or buy, here’s a list of five fabulous films that are just out or coming soon to DVD and Blu-ray.

 

 

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Oregon Shakespeare Festival isn’t only for Shakespeare fans

by Chris Narloch

Although it made a name for itself with highly acclaimed productions of Shakespeare’s plays -- which it continues to offer -- OSF (Oregon Shakespeare Festival) has branched out in recent years to include as part of its repertory world premiere plays as well as revivals of famous musicals.

On July 27, OSF premiered “The Great Society,” a sequel to the Tony-winning play “All The Way,” which originated at OSF in 2012 before playing in New York, where it starred Tony-winner Bryan Cranston.

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Cutie-pie Chris Pratt leads the Guardians of the Galaxy

by Chris Narloch

Ordinarily, August is the dumping ground for summer movies that weren’t good enough to fill multiplexes during the prime blockbuster months of May, June and July, when kids are out of school and hot weather forces folks inside to air-conditioned theaters.

This summer is a surprise, however. Most of the films released so far have been mediocre, but silver screen summer 2014 is finally heating up.

Here’s my rundown on recent theatrical releases, including three superb new movies that are opening in Sacramento on August 1st.

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Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals to Hear Six Marriage Equality Cases on August 6


CINCINNATI, July 30, 2014 —

On August 6, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit will hear oral arguments in six marriage equality cases — the most marriage cases that any federal circuit court has ever heard in a single day and the fourth argument to be heard by a federal circuit court since the United States Supreme Court’s decision last summer striking down the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA).

Federal Judges Martha Craig Daughtrey, Jeffrey S. Sutton, and Deborah L. Cook will hear the challenges to laws banning marriage equality in Kentucky (two cases), Michigan, Ohio (two cases), and Tennessee.

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Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals Strikes Down Virginia’s Ban on Marriage for Same-Sex CouplesPlaintiffs Christy Berghoff and Victoria Kidd

RICHMOND, Va. July 28, 2014

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit today affirmed a district court ruling striking down Virginia’s ban on marriage for same-sex couples. The decision will not take effect immediately, but will go into effect in 21 days, unless the defendants file a motion to stay the ruling.

The ruling will also be stayed if the defendants ask the full court of appeals to review the case.

Read more: Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals Strikes Down Virginia’s Ban on Marriage for Same-Sex Couples

 

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