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    King of Comedy - Bavarian cream of the crop

    You don't have to know who the mad King Ludwig II is (he ruled Bavaria in the mid-19th century) to enjoy the naughty comedy of Paul Rudnick's remarkably funny Valhalla. You don't even need to know who Rudnick is (for my money, one of the most talente...

    by Robrt L. Pela on November 17, 2005
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    Street Fighters - The Warriors nicely complements the bloody cult classic that inspired it

    Rockstar Games has a winning recipe: Blend a nuanced story with a rich environment, add a dash of sensational marketing, then drench the confection in blood. What else would you expect from the publisher that gave us Grand Theft Auto? Rockstar's late...

    by Luke O'Brien on November 10, 2005
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    Blessed Are the Buttmunches

    Beavis and Butt-head: The Mike Judge Collection, Volume One (Paramount) This three-disc, 40-episode volume chronicling Beavis and Butt-head's early years will come as a relief to anyone who was stuck in a teenage wasteland when the MTV series firs...

    by Robert Wilonsky on November 10, 2005
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    New Times' top DVD picks for the week of November 8

    Bang Rajan (Hart Sharp) Big Fish: Special Edition (Columbia/Tristar) Blue Collar TV: Season 1, Volume 1 (Warner Bros.) Burn (Columbia/Tristar) Christmas With the Kranks (Sony) Cronicas (UMVD) Edward Scissorhands: Anniversary Edition...

    on November 10, 2005
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    3-D Man - Higher replication at ASU

    Dan Collins, 51, a pioneer in digital sculpture, bumps art up against science and lands on the cutting edge. As both fine artist and computer crackerjack, Collins co-directs Arizona State University's PRISM, a state-of-the-art laboratory that gathers...

    by Amy Abrams on November 10, 2005
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    Altared - Seeing can be grieving

    Live in the Southwest long enough, mi'ja, and you would rather eat live fire ants than look at one more gallery full of quaint, decorator-friendly Latino folk art. Ruben Maqueda makes art in this tradition, but mercifully, Maqueda manages to bring...

    by Leanne Potts on November 10, 2005
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    Art Scene - Current shows, exhibitions and installations

    "Private Pictures" at Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art: Some superstars of photography come together in this exhibition of images owned by Arizona collectors. Classic photos by Edward Steichen, Paul Strand, Cindy Sherman, Henri Cartier Bresson ...

    by Leanne Potts on November 10, 2005
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    Exquisite Corpse - Finally, zombies get some respect in Stubbs

    Pity the videogame zombie. He spends his short afterlife dodging self-righteous heroes hell-bent on peppering him with buckshot, setting him on fire, or blowing him to smithereens with a bazooka. Well, Stubbs is here to even the score. Set in the...

    by Gary Hodges on November 3, 2005
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    The Force Runs Its Course

    Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (Lucasfilm Ltd.) The final installment of the Star Wars saga actually plays better at home: You can watch it, then pop in the original trilogy and chart the evolution of Anakin, and have it all actually mak...

    by Robert Wilonsky on November 3, 2005
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    New Times' top DVD picks for the week of November 1

    American Chopper: Third Season (Columbia/Tristar) Attack Pack (Commando, Predator, and Kiss of the Dragon) (Fox) Bill Maher: I'm Swiss (Image Ent.) The Brady Bunch: Four-Season Pack (Paramount) Dear America: Letters Home From Vietnam (War...

    on November 3, 2005
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    Mad for Blue - True colors

    Christopher, who may be insane, believes that the oranges in the bowl in the psychiatric hospital are a bright, luminous blue. His doctor, Bruce Flaherty, believes that this is evidence that Christopher is still mentally ill and shouldn't be sent hom...

    by Robrt L. Pela on November 3, 2005
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    How to Be a Drama Critic in Five Easy Steps - From cradle to grave

    1. Start out as an overly solemn and often pretentious child with a more-than-passing interest in Gilbert and Sullivan. Worry your parents with constant criticisms of their clothing, their taste in furnishings, and their favorite television shows. A...

    by Robrt L. Pela on November 3, 2005
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    "Imperfect" Is Right - Boring game play mars Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfects

    We've all been kicked in the junk by Marvel superheroes before. Watching Elektra was like two hours of nut-pummeling by a relentless, sack-hating donkey. But superhero films -- even bad ones -- gross bazillions of dollars. So it's no surprise that Ma...

    by Chris Ward on October 27, 2005
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    Cameron Crowing

    Titanic: Special Collector's Edition (Paramount Home Video) Loved and loathed in equal measure, Titanic nonetheless is among the few modern-day movies deserving of lavish treatment; this boxed set, three discs with three hours of new stuff, feels ...

    by Robert Wilonsky on October 27, 2005
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    New Times' top DVD picks for the week of October 25

    ABBA: The Movie (Universal) AC/DC: And Then There Was Rock (Chrome Dreams) Alias: The Complete Fourth Season (Buena Vista) Audioslave: Live in Cuba (Sony) The Beat That My Heart Skipped (Wellspring) Bewitched (Columbia/Tristar) The ...

    on October 27, 2005
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    End Times - It's the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine

    I was walking out of Trader Joe's last week when an extra-smiley man in a tie-dyed dashiki stepped in front of me. "Would you like to invite Jesus into your life to be your Savior and Lord?" he asked, beaming maniacally. "Actually, no," I replied....

    by Robrt L. Pela on October 27, 2005
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    Suburban Pall - Unfinished symphonies

    Colin Chillag's paintings at Modified Arts make you feel like you've seen them before, in an earlier life. The one of a grandmotherly woman holding a baby is eerily familiar, as is the one of the middle-aged couple standing in front of an elaborat...

    by Leanne Potts on October 27, 2005
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    Snap Shots - Contemporary sampler platter

    Some superstars of photography come together in a fascinating exhibition of photographs at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art. "Private Pictures: Photography From Arizona Collections" features work by classic shooters like Edward Steichen,...

    by Leanne Potts on October 27, 2005
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    Trails to Terror - Welcome to Creepy Town

    You feel the chill in the air, that spooky tingle at the base of your spine, the growing sense of dread in the pit of your stomach. You know it's coming, and your ass had better be prepared. We're not talking about yet another numbskull Adam Sandler ...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on October 27, 2005
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    Art Scene - Current shows

    Stella Lai at ASU Art Museum: Lai's deceptively pretty paintings are about how ugly it is to be a woman or an animal in her native Hong Kong. Sad yellow chicken carcasses and plump pink pork chops morph into faceless silhouettes of swimsuit-clad wome...

    by Leanne Potts on October 27, 2005
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