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    Mob Hit Misses - The Godfather game isn't personal. It's strictly business.

    Marlon Brando sleeps with the fishes. But before the legendary actor died, he worked one last job. Curiously, it was for a videogame. In The Godfather: The Game, Brando attempts to relive his Oscar-winning role as Don Vito Corleone. From the raspy ...

    by Luke O'brien on April 20, 2006
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    Our top DVD picks for the week of April 18.

    A Bigger Splash (First Run) Breakfast on Pluto (Sony) Cross of Iron (Henstooth) Event Horizon: Collector's Edition (Paramount) Games of Love and Chance (New Yorker) Herbie Hancock: Possibilities (Magnolia) Hostel (Sony) I Am Tryi...

    on April 20, 2006
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    Capsule Reviews - Our critics survey the local art scene

    Lesley Dill Dill combines a variety of material--horsehair, wire, thread, tea, glue, ribbon, paper, felt, organza--to create work that is at once precious and weird. The wall-scaled "Blonde Push" brings to mind the enormous fringy brushes of a c...

    on April 13, 2006
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    Capsule Reviews - Our critics weigh in on local theater

    The Crucible Arthur Miller's most-produced play feels more relevant than ever. Sure, we get the old references to the McCarthy witch hunts in the parable, but now the drama resounds with echoes of "the war on terrorism" and even the horrors of A...

    on April 13, 2006
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    Devil's Playground - With The Crucible, new insights into an old attempt at faith-based initiatives

    Every new generation can glean fresh meaning from Arthur Miller's The Crucible. Now onstage at Addison's WaterTower Theatre in a stark but precisely rendered production directed by Terry Martin, the play never seems out of date. Such is its legacy as...

    by Elaine Liner on April 13, 2006
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    Naomi Then and Now

    Ellie Parker (Strand) This extremely raw portrait of an actress trying -- and failing -- to make it in Hollywood showcases Naomi Watts in a wrenching and sympathetic performance. Writer-director Scott Coffey shot the movie over nearly six years, b...

    by Robert Wilonsky on April 13, 2006
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    Cowboy Up - We just can't quit this countrified Karaoke.

    With scrappy warblers like Kellie Pickler and Bucky Covington trying to out-twang each other on American Idol, country music is hotter than a corn dog at a county fair. One reason is that almost anybody can sing it. Even mopes who argue that NASCA...

    by Chris Ward on April 13, 2006
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    Our top DVD picks for the week of April 11

    Caved In: Prehistoric Terror (Lions Gate) The Dark (Sony) Death Cab for Cutie: Directions (Atlantic) Deep Blue (Miramax) Dora the Explorer: Dora's First Trip (Paramount) 18 Fingers of Death (MCA) The Greatest Game Ever Played (Disne...

    on April 13, 2006
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    Capsule Reviews - Our critics survey the local art scene

    Lesley Dill Dill combines a variety of material--horsehair, wire, thread, tea, glue, ribbon, paper, felt, organza--to create work that is at once precious and weird. The wall-scaled "Blonde Push" brings to mind the enormous fringy brushes of a c...

    on April 6, 2006
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    Capsule Reviews - Our critics weigh in on local theater

    Puppet Boy Dallas writer Lee Trull rewrites the Pinocchio story, setting it in Mussolini's Italy among Fascists who demand that the wooden lad (played by Jason Thomas Mayfield) attend school and obey the rules. Instead, he runs away and suffers ...

    on April 6, 2006
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    No Strings Attached - Wooden acting all around--and not just in Stage West's brittle Puppet Boy

    Good live theater can work on you like a shot of joy juice. When everything clicks the way it did in Kitchen Dog Theater's recent Cloud Tectonics or Jubilee Theatre's current Diaries of a Barefoot Diva, you can't wait to see another show so you can f...

    by Elaine Liner on April 6, 2006
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    Some Kind of Joke

    The Mel Brooks Collection (Fox) Talk about taking the good with the bad; how else to describe a boxed set containing Blazing Saddles and Young Frankenstein (Brooks' silly masterpieces), and Robin Hood: Men in Tights and History of the World, Part ...

    by Robert Wilonsky on April 6, 2006
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    Tainted Black - The game that promised "gun porn" falls limp

    On paper, Black sounds like a sure hit: Criterion Studios (the developer behind the spectacular Burnout games) designs a first-person shooter that does away with all that boring sneaking and instead focuses on the pure pyrotechnic appeal of a Hollywo...

    on April 6, 2006
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    Our top DVD picks for the week of April 4

    Bee Season (Fox) Best of 3rd Rock From the Sun (Anchor Bay) The Big Question (THINKFilm) Bustin' Bonaparte (Freestyle) Dawson's Creek: The Complete Sixth Season (Sony) Dirty (Sony) The Fallen (Anthem) Far Side of the Moon (TLA) ...

    on April 6, 2006
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    Capsule Reviews - Our critics survey the local art scene

    Lesley Dill Dill combines a variety of material--horsehair, wire, thread, tea, glue, ribbon, paper, felt, organza--to create work that is at once precious and weird. The wall-scaled "Blonde Push" brings to mind the enormous fringy brushes of a c...

    on March 30, 2006
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    Capsule Reviews - Our critics weigh in on local theater

    Diaries of a Barefoot Diva: And Other Tales and Stories From the Ghetto The residents of a rundown building on MLK Boulevard become subjects of a documentary by an aspiring filmmaker in this new musical by its star, Sheran Goodspeed Keyton, and ...

    on March 30, 2006
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    Kitsch in Sync - Serial killer, masked man and ghetto diva--but, dang it, not in the same show

    Rats, The Mousetrap is back. So is The Phantom of the Opera, that great and glorious hunk of cheese from the grand vizier of musical cheddar, Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber. The former is onstage at Theatre Three; the latter has parked its high-fat touring ...

    by Elaine Liner on March 30, 2006
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    Wall of Blight - Sean Scully's paintings at the Fort Worth Modern are retrograde

    Fort Worth hosts two exhibitions spotlighting the "grid" as a bearer of structural order in painting and the city. The shows feature work from the '80s--the 1880s and the 1980s, that is. And no two exhibitions could be so different. If the panoramas ...

    by Charissa N. Terranova on March 30, 2006
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    Kid Stuff for Parents

    Wonder Showzen: Season One (MTV) On the surface, the way this MTV2 puppetfest explores adult concepts through a kiddie-show format seems fresh as a Nantucket limerick. But Wonder Showzen's execution is so bold and frankly hilarious that it feels w...

    by Jordan Harper on March 30, 2006
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    Spray-On Soul - Getting Up is a flawed but fascinating ode to graffiti 's early years.

    Somewhere between the time DJ Kool Herc got the party started in the 1970s and LL Cool J's star turn on MTV Unplugged in 1991, hip-hop went mainstream. First it conquered the 'burbs. Then it went global. Before long, kids in Tokyo were rapping. Alo...

    by Luke O'brien on March 30, 2006
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