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Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders

PG
Animation
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Can Anne Hathaway cut it as Catwoman? A look back at the pun-tastic legacy

6 years ago by Tim Davids
Fresh from the movie news wire comes the announcement that Anne Hathaway will play Catwoman in the third entry to Chris Nolan's gritty Batman series, inexplicably titled The Dark Knight Rises (probably because these movies make everyone involved a lot of dough). The character was introduced in the first official...
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Special Ed

11 years ago by Luke Y. Thompson
Remember the scene in X2 where Wolverine grabs a Dr Pepper and enlists the aid of Iceman to make it cold? Take the tone of that scene and stretch it out to feature length, and you've got Sky High, a less angsty, more kid-friendly movie about teenagers attending a school...
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Mesa View Estates HOA vies for independence from Foothills Parks and Rec -- but the district won't let go

7 years ago by J. David McSwane
This week's feature, "Battlefield Suburbia," explores the bizarre and tumultuous battles of metro Denver residents against their Homeowner's Associations and the companies that manage them. A proposal making it's way through the state legislature could address some of the disputes that often result in expensive legal bouts and, in the...
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Feedback

18 years ago by Michael Roberts
Those of us who grew up as fans of punk and alternative music always have our radar up, and as a result, we can sense a sellout a mile off. When, for example, David Bowie claimed before a tour a few years back that he was playing his old songs...
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Comedy and Errors

17 years ago by Jim Lillie
There's not much point in staging a stodgily reverential, doublet-and-hose version of William Shakespeare's The Comedy of Errors. The slapstick piece about two sets of twins separated at birth is patterned after a Roman-comedy model that was hackneyed when Shakespeare borrowed it and has been beaten to death ever since...
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Crashing the Party

18 years ago by Bill Gallo
When the history of the republic in this century is written, a New York club owner named Steve Rubell might get his very own footnote. In the late 1970s, after all, this little rat-faced tyrant transformed an abandoned TV studio on West 54th Street into a laboratory for radical social...
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The Major and the Minor

18 years ago by Michael Roberts
Alanis Morissette Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie (Maverick/Reprise) When it comes to Morissette, there's definitely such a thing as too much information. The gazillions who bought her American breakthrough disc, 1995's Jagged Little Pill, were probably inspired to make their purchases as much by her "You Oughta Know" confession about giving...
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Batman (1966)

PG
Action/Adventure, Drama

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