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    The Last Bland - X-Men tie-in is an uncanny bore

    For comic geeks, an X-Men game that promises to fill in the backstory between movies sounds hotter than a date with Jean Grey. Finally, we get to discover what Wolverine has been up to between films -- besides winning Tony Awards as alter ego Hugh Ja...

    by Chris Ward on June 29, 2006
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    The Citizen Kane of Crap

    The Devil's Sword (Mondo Macabro) Few trash movies live up to their reputation, but here's a balls-out wonder that surpasses it. Grab a 12-pack of Bintang and cue up this jaw-unhinging slab of Indonesian sword-and-sorcery circa 1983 -- a start-to-...

    by Robert Wilonsky on June 29, 2006
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    New Times' top DVD picks for the week of June 27

    Commander in Chief: 2-Disc Inaugural Edition Part 1 (Disney) The Complete Sherlock Holmes Collection (MPI) Cow Belles (Disney) Danger After Dark (TLA) Evil (Magnolia) Is It Really So Strange? (Frameline) Failure to Launch (Paramount...

    on June 29, 2006
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    City Scope - Pardon their dust

    Berlin is so hot right now. And the Phoenix Art Museum knows it. It has organized a major survey of contemporary art made in the reunified Berlin, the art spot of the moment. With a title like "Constructing New Berlin," I expected the art to d...

    by Lilia Menconi on June 22, 2006
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    Art Scene - Current exhibitions, installations, and shows

    "Annual Summer Juried Exhibition" at ASU Harry Wood Gallery: This year's crop of MFA hopefuls shows a surprising awareness of domestic issues including water conservation, racial profiling and changing family values. Look for tongue-in-cheek politica...

    by Wynter Holden on June 22, 2006
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    Shark Bites - JAWS Unleashed is as sloppy as it is gory

    Not long ago, videogames were about collecting coins and rescuing the princess. Now you're more likely to gun her down in a drive-by. Or eat her alive. Welcome to JAWS Unleashed. You're a pitiless great white, hungry for human flesh. Unfortunately...

    by Luke O'Brien on June 22, 2006
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    Vampires of Moscow

    Night Watch (Fox Searchlight) Every once in a while, Hollywood needs somebody else to steal a genre and totally reimagine it; it keeps old ideas young, like celluloid Botox. Well, Hollywood's gonna need one big needle to absorb Night Watch, an ins...

    by Robert Wilonsky on June 22, 2006
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    New times' top DVD picks for the week of June 20

    Adventures of Superman: The Complete First Four Seasons (Warner Bros.) The Art of Erotic Dancing (BFS) Austin City Limits 2005 Music Festival (Image) Charlie Chan: Volume One (Fox) The Cult of the Suicide Bomber (The Disinformation Compa...

    on June 22, 2006
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    Yes, I Think It's Alright - Nearly Naked Theater does The Who's Tommy proud

    Before I tell you why and how quickly you should go to see Nearly Naked Theater's nearly perfect (and almost entirely clad!) production of The Who's Tommy, I had better come clean: I don't like modern dance. All that flailing and hopping and mimickin...

    by Robrt L. Pela on June 15, 2006
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    Tommy, Can You Hear Me? - A Tommy chronology

    June 1969 Tommy, a double-album rock opera by The Who, is released. At first banned by the BBC and certain U.S. radio stations (probably because of the child abuse that features so prominently in its story), it eventually reaches #4 on the U.S. B...

    by Robrt L. Pela on June 15, 2006
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    Carve It Deep - Trash talking

    Gretchen Schermerhorn, 31, has opinions on everything, from the exploitation of women to animal abuse to globalization, and her art reflects her political leanings subtly and with humor. She won't get in your face, but she will make you think. Her pr...

    by Megan Irwin on June 15, 2006
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    Theater Scene - What's running now

    Big River: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn: These adapted adventures feature music and lyrics by Roger Miller and a book by William Hauptman, but retain Mark Twain's deeply moral depictions of the 19th-century social tapestry. Twain scholars proba...

    by Robrt L. Pela on June 15, 2006
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    Brotherly Love - New Super Mario Bros. scores by plumbing old ideas

    Gamers are so used to Mario that the fundamental weirdness of his exploits no longer raises an eyebrow: A dumpy Italian plumber journeys through a fairy-tale land, where turtles throw hammers, mushrooms bestow magic powers, and a kingly turtlebeast h...

    by Gary Hodges on June 15, 2006
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    Bring in the Trash

    Valley of the Dolls Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (Fox) Behold The Godfather and Godfather Part II of drag-queen cinema -- two movies that provide the gateway to a lifetime of wig addiction. The films couldn't be more different in temperament...

    by Robert Wilonsky on June 15, 2006
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    New Times' top DVD picks for the week of June 13

    All Aboard! Rosie's Family Cruise (HBO) Aquamarine (Fox) Beavis and Butt-head: The Mike Judge Collection, Volume 2 (Paramount) Before the Fall (Picture This) The Betty Grable Collection: Volume 1 (Fox) Cemetery Man (Anchor Bay) End...

    on June 15, 2006
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    Reality Bites - Summer in the city

    Urban art is defined by the city that it represents. In a glorified cow town like Kansas City, the boring neon art installation at the top of the Sulgrave Building hints at the town's sheltered nature. Works like Chris Ofili's Holy Virgin Mary, a por...

    by Wynter Holden on June 8, 2006
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    Seeing Red - You had to be there

    In 1994, during a routine excavation at the site of Temple XIII in Palenque, Mexico, workers unearthed a pre-Columbian burial chamber containing the remains of a woman, cloaked in a heavy layer of powdered red pigment. They called her "The Red Queen....

    by Wynter Holden on June 8, 2006
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    Art Scene - Current exhibitions, shows and installations

    "Annual Summer Juried Exhibition" at ASU Harry Wood Gallery: This year's crop of MFA hopefuls shows a surprising awareness of domestic issues including water conservation, racial profiling and changing family values. Look for tongue-in-cheek politica...

    by Wynter Holden on June 8, 2006
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    Golazo! - This World Cup game will make you shout like Andrs Cantor

    Face paint? Check. NoDoz? Check. Deep wellsprings of violent nationalistic pride? No doubt, mate. Yes, it's time for the World Cup, that quadrennial spectacle that consumes the globe for a month of TV marathons, street parties, and patriotic ge...

    by Luke O'Brien on June 8, 2006
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    Ford Tough

    The John Wayne/John Ford Film Collection (Warner Bros.) Featuring the most epic pairing of director and actor in Hollywood history, this 10-disc box spews machismo all over. Wayne and Ford defined not only the western and war-movie genres, but als...

    by Jim Ridley on June 8, 2006
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