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  • Film

    Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2008

    If you’re looking for effective over-the-top fight scenes, Transporter 3 won’t disappoint. Jason Statham is arguably the most charismatic current Hollywood action hero.

  • Nightlife

    Thursday, Nov. 20, 2008

    I begin looking through the offerings at the concession stand. For once, I’m not looking for Milk Duds or popcorn. I’m looking for beer.

  • Luxor

    Thursday, Oct. 30, 2008

    It’s a testament to the power of alcohol that I’m able to stomach a standard lime margarita on my way out. But the lure of T&T’s adjoining frozen daiquiri bar, just outside the restaurant, is irresistible.

  • Reviews

    Thursday, Oct. 16, 2008

    With a title like The Secret Life of Bees, I suppose bee metaphors are inevitable, so here we go.

  • Bar Exam

    Thursday, Oct. 16, 2008

    First Spock died. Then the Enterprise was destroyed. Then the Next Generation Enterprise was destroyed.

  • Mandalay Bay

    Thursday, Sept. 18, 2008

    I’ve never known much about Russian culture. In college, our studies focused almost exclusively on Europe, so most of what I know about the former superpower was gleaned from the film The Hunt for Red October (and that Russian guy had a Scottish accent).

  • Reviews

    Thursday, Sept. 11, 2008

    There are few films quite as oppressively bleak as Frozen River. We follow a single mother, Ray (Leo), whose husband has just robbed her blind and taken off to indulge a gambling problem in Atlantic City.

  • Nightlife

    Thursday, Sept. 4, 2008

    The Grape is a welcome addition to this corner of Town Square. It’s a place for good wine, good conversation and good gripes about how Anakin and Count Dooku shouldn’t have fought in The Clone Wars movie because in Episode III, they clearly indicated that they hadn’t seen each other since Episode II!… Of course, it’s entirely possible that we’ll be the only ones to make use of The Grape for that last purpose.

  • Film

    Thursday, Aug. 21, 2008

    There are few narrative formulas as crowd-pleasing and oft-used as the underdog story. Audiences have a timeless desire to see the snobby nobleman fall face-first in the mud while the salt-of-the-earth everyman soars to unlikely victory.

  • Bar Exam

    Thursday, Aug. 21, 2008

    I’ve tagged along on karaoke nights before, but none quite like this. Sure, there’s the usual database of 70,000 songs (including a large Korean selection), and there’s the requisite private room with dual microphones, but between the couch and the screen that will inevitably broadcast the lyrics of Elvis Presley and The Righteous Brothers, there’s an elevated stage with a stripper pole.