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This year’s festival included only three narrative films.

Standouts and disappointments at this year’s Las Vegas Jewish Film Festival

January 30th, 2015

This year’s festival included only three narrative films.

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    Set in a mysterious alternate world populated exclusively by women ...

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    In this courtroom battle, the white guy is the underdog.

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    Wilmore is a confident host, funny and engaged with the subject matter.

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    The small-town film fest has scaled back to four days, but it's still set to feature 141 short films.

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    Over the course of three features, filmmaker J.C. Chandor has demonstrated remarkable range.

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    Plus, three more sub movies to watch.

  • Film

    His crowdfunded remake of a cult vampire movie confounds.

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    Despite Jennifer Anniston's notable performance, this listless indie drama goes nowhere.

  • A&E

    He's TV's latest misanthropic jerk who solves mildly interesting cases.

  • Film

    If you're looking for a movie so bad that it's funny, this is your Boy.

  • A&E

    Also, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

  • Film

    Villains can often kill the mood in a children’s film, but here it’s Nicole Kidman as a driven taxidermist, and she makes the role worthwhile.

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    And it's a reminder that sci-fi doesn’t need overblown action to keep audiences intrigued.

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    Though the plot is incoherent, Blackhat is a stylistic treat.

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    It's not bad, it just isn’t as striking or creative as its source material.

  • Film

    The film focuses on a streamlined, crowd-pleasing story that celebrates Kyle’s life while failing to offer any insight about it.

  • Film

    It brings home the very real dangers of the time.

  • Film

    Daniel Day-Lewis kicking butt? We'd pay to see that.

  • Film

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  • Dining

    From Shake Shack to Guy Fieri and hangover burgers to jerk turkey burgers, let the battle for the best commence!

  • Music

    From brooding country to sunny psychedelia, dancey R&B to matte-black punk, local artists that will make you sit up and listen.

  • Dining

    Dinner at “Top Chef” contestant Shirley Chung’s new Restaurant 28 in Irvine, Calif., is worth every moment of the journey. The former Las Vegas chef ...

  • Dining

    We didn’t know deep-fried scallops were a thing, but we're glad they are.

  • As We See It

    Soccer moms in Summerlin? Too easy. Henderson residents watching the DIY Network and eating at Panera? Zip Code Lookup is kinda creepy ...

  • As We See It

    Catherine Borg's Scouted aims to present a more dimensional view of Las Vegas.

  • Nightlife

    The crew hosts a disco-themed Funk Winter party this weekend. Get the deets here!

  • Reviews

    There’s something special about the food you grew up with.

  • Dining

    Uncommonly big flavors help Tom's Urban stand out in the crowd.

  • As We See It

    There’s no science here. Just silliness. But tell us we’re wrong about the mantis.

  • As We See It

    Art and arugula and maybe a little Bloomberg money.

  • Stage

    Troy Heard, theater rebel: The man generates material at a ferocious rate, and seems fearless when it comes to experimenting with old and new. Right ...

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    You know you’ve been dying for some homemade, organic sex butter, don’t be shy ...

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    “I guess, because I was winning, they let a lot of it slide, and there haven’t been complaints so far, as far as I know.”

  • Stage

    From Super Summer Theatre to Las Vegas Little Theatre, and everything in between.

  • As We See It

    Is Mariah on top, or did Elvis or Celine churn out more No. 1 hits?

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    Bar bite buffets, open bars and butler-style service. Where are you watching this Super Sunday?

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    Just to be sure, sleep with one eye open