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"I Origins" is mostly well designed as a film. Except for giving us any answers about what it is saying.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
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"Hold These Truths" at ACT, kiddie "Mikado" at Bathhouse, STRFKR does Neumos, and Wes Anderson flicks - outside at King's Hardware.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
The Seattle mega-church makes mega commercials and Mark Driscoll sermons that are watched by thousands.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
No horror or gross-out comedy in director Manuel Martín Cuenca's new film. Just quiet, dazzling sequences of people eating people. Pass the Chianti.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
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