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  • Holy shit, 3-D Jean-Luc Godard flick 'Goodbye to Language' to screen at the Senator Theatre

    Holy shit, 3-D Jean-Luc Godard flick 'Goodbye to Language' to screen at the Senator Theatre
    It's frustrating to a be film fan here in Baltimore. Not that that the community itself doesn't do all it can to create an exciting and fairly diverse series of screenings and events all the time somewhere or another, it's just that the larger "film culture," tied to bottom-line concerns about distribution and all of that, passes us by way more than we'd like. We're expected to just go to Washington, D.C. and bus it up to NYC to check out a lot of obscurities, revivals, and minor critically acclaimed new flicks or just sit patiently on our hands until they come to home video or streaming.
  • Free Will Astrology

    ARIES (March 21-April 19): What exactly do you believe in? What’s your philosophy of life? Do you think that most people are basically good and that you can make a meaningful life for yourself if you just work hard and act kind? Do you believe...

    Daft Punk's 'Interstella' is a break from sci-fi self-seriousness

    Daft Punk's 'Interstella' is a break from sci-fi self-seriousness
    If Christoper Nolan’s transition from master of dorm room woah bro darkness to super-sentimental-stoner-Spielberg type for “Interstellar” didn’t quite work for you, then perhaps your bonkers sci-fi kicks might be better obtained by...

    'Solaris,' 'Another Earth,' and 23 other heady sci-fi flicks to see after 'Interstellar'

    'Solaris,' 'Another Earth,' and 23 other heady sci-fi flicks to see after 'Interstellar'
    In this week's issue of City Paper, we reviewed "Interstellar" which critic Max Robinson saw as "a tripping-balls space epic with as much heart as cinematic vision," and paired it with Daft Punk's "Interstella 5555" (which happens to be coming to the...

    Clicking and Streaming: "Los Angeles Plays Itself"

    Clicking and Streaming: "Los Angeles Plays Itself"
    If you’ve spent a lifetime watching movies, you probably think you know something about Los Angeles—after all, its downtown, its hills, its swank boulevards, and its ghettos unspool on numberless feet of celluloid and fuel our sunny, palm-...