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Monthly Archives: June 2007
Sergio Leone aside, Lasse Hallstrom’s ABBA: THE MOVIE is one of the best damn uses of the 2.35 : 1 aspect ratio ever. I hope I’m not spoiling the first reel of the film, but the movie opens with a … Continue reading
While browsing the net in attempts to track down all you Prince fans out there in Seattle, I came across this interesting book about SIGN O’ THE TIMES, which in case you’re wondering we’re showing this weekend at NWFF, written … Continue reading
More wild and woolly images here. Thanks, Andy Smull!
Announcing HAPPY MONDAYS featuring half-price admission to all regularly priced screenings on Monday evenings. What better way to save a buck (or four) and see a great movie? Or, stay for two movies and essentially get one free. General admission … Continue reading