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Movie Review: Focus

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Focus is a welcome return to form for Will Smith. After a few box office disappointments, and a lifetime doing sci-fi blockbusters, the superstar headlines a rather low-key, adult skewing, and very enjoyable "dram-edy" about a con man and his promising protégé.…

Movie Review: McFarland, USA

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Kevin Costner, once again returning to the genre he’s most known for, stars in McFarland, USA, a true story based on the cross country high school team that defied all the odds and expectations and became a genuine threat to win the California championship.…

Movie Review: Fifty Shades of Grey

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Fifty Shades of Grey is the adaptation of the wildly popular book. Despite its risqué material, the movie avoids being neither trashy nor interesting. …

The Cary Screens RESCUE MEN Documentary This Week

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In celebration of black history month, The Cary Theater will screen local director Allan R. Smith's award-winning film RESCUE MEN: The Story of the Pea Island Lifesavers on Thursday, February 19, 2015 and Sunday, February 22, 2015.…

Cary Chamber Screens Durham Documentary This Week

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The program this Wednesday will be a screening of the 1/2 hour documentary Because No One Else Would - the Story of American Tobacco and the Durham Renaissance…

The 2015 Oscar Nominees: Winning Predictions

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It’s here! It’s finally here! The time for Oscar has come! 2014 was a pretty terrific year at the movies, and it’s always exciting (and sometimes frustrating) to see how the Academy’s tastes line up with your own.…

Movie Review: American Sniper

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American Sniper, directed by Clint Eastwood, tells the incredible true story of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, who became the most decorated sniper in U.S. history during his many tours in Iraq. …

Movie Review: Selma

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Selma tells the true story of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s historical efforts to secure equal voting rights via his peaceful protests and a march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama. The film features outstanding performances from all involved while also giving an honest depiction of one of the most influential figures…

5 Movies You Might Have Missed in 2014

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2014 was a great year for movies. It sounds cliché, I know, as if all film critics say that at the end of every year. But this really was a great year. I’d like to recommend a few great films you might have missed in 2014.…

Rudolph: What You Didn’t Notice as a Kid

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Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer aired for the first time on December 6, 1964 on NBC. It has aired every year since 1964, making it the longest running Christmas TV special in history.…

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