Pirates, Aliens & The Coen Brothers At The Movies

by Chris Narloch

Poor Tom Cruise. His new reboot of “The Mummy” is receiving some of the worst reviews of any movie released so far this year.

Since I am not a FOT (Fan Of Tom), and I haven’t seen that film, I won’t add to Cruise’s grief here.

If you really have to see for yourself just how bad it is, you can check out “The Mummy” at Sacramento’s Esquire IMAX on K Street or at one of the gazillion multiplex screens on which it is playing.

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Photos from  June 3 March for Equality in Sacramento

California’s capital city hosted a March for Equality to promote love and to #ResistHate on Saturday, June 3, 2017, and joined a national movement of equality marches scheduled in cities across the U.S. during June’s LGBTQ Pride Month.

Being one of the first June Pride events in the state, Sacramento’s March for Equality served as a kickoff to Pride Month in California and Sacramento Pride weekend. See hyperlinks below to access photos.

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Esquire Imax Theatre To Donate Partial Proceeds From Wonder Woman: An Imax 3D Experience Screenings To WEAVE

In support of WEAVE, the Esquire IMAX Theatre will be donating one dollar for every ticket sold for Saturday, June 3 screenings of Wonder Woman: An IMAX 3D Experience.

Help support WEAVE and come out to the Esquire IMAX theatre to see Wonder Woman: An IMAX 3D Experience. Tickets are on sale at the theatre box office and online at www.imax.com/sacramento

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‘Light & Noir’ Is Now Open At The California Museum

by Colt McGraw

The newest exhibit at the California Museum in Sacramento is "Light & Noir: Exiles & Emigres in Hollywood, 1933-1950," and it is now open.  

Sacramento is the final stop for this not-to-be-missed traveling exhibit, which highlights contributions made to the film industry by émigrés who fled Europe as refugees of Nazi persecution.

Artifacts including wardrobes, brilliant film posters, newspaper clippings and remarkable photographs will demand your attention.

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PWR to the PPL: The Guitar-Shredding, Gender-Fluid World of PWR BTTM

By Alex Frank, Courtesy of the Village Voice

Everywhere Liv Bruce and Ben Hopkins take a step transforms into a scene.

It's a chilly spring day at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden in Prospect Park, and the two of them — the duo that is New York punk band PWR BTTM — are strutting and mugging in between the rows of cherry blossoms that bloom for only a couple of weeks each year. "Linda Evangelista!" Ben screams — a supermodel mantra projected to no one in particular — while jumping on a bed of pink petals that have fallen from the trees.

Read more here www.villagevoice.com

 

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