Review: Captain America: Civil War

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In Captain America: Civil War, the extended family of superheroes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe continues to grow, evolve, and punch the hell out of each other.

Designing woman

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Stratham native Bridget Keefe is living her silver-screen dream as a movie set designer.

Bigger than Garfield

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Four years ago, Katie Hall made a joke at work. The joke? Someone should create an Internet Cat Video Festival. Her workplace? The Walker Art...

Video Vault: Session 9

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“Session 9” Universal Pictures, 2001 Starring: Peter Mullan, David Caruso, Stephen Gevedon, Josh Lucas Directed by: Brad Anderson The plot: Gordon (Mullan) is in desperate...

Review: The Witch

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Above: Anya Taylor-Joy stars as Thomasin in Robert Eggers’ new movie, “The Witch.” 2015, 90 minutes, rated R by Larry Clow The Witch,” the debut...

Video Vault: Betty Blue

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“Betty Blue” Gaumont, 1986 Starring: Beatrice Dalle, Jean-Hughes Anglade, Consuelo de Haviland, Gerard Darmon Directed by: Jean-Jacques Beineix The plot: Zorg (Anglade), a 34-year-old failed...

Hail, Caesar!

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Scarlett Johansson as a steamy ingénue with the mouth of a longshoreman. Ralph Fiennes as a well-clipped film director who knows exactly what he wants....

Eight-Bit Junkyard: Kickle Cubicle

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“Kickle Cubicle” (Irem, 1990) “Kickle Cubicle” is a quaint curiosity. A puzzle game that blatantly borrowed its gameplay and design from two more popular games,...

Video Vault: Waiting for Godot

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Reviews of the best (and worst) classic flicks and cult movies Waiting for Godot RTE, Channel 4, Blue Angel Films and the Irish Film Board,...

Review: The Hateful Eight

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It could be said that Quentin Tarantino is a pervert. And not just in the “Wow, he sure likes long lingering shots of his actresses’...

Most deft vs. tone deaf

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Ah, 2015 — to paraphrase “The Simpsons,” it was the best of times and also the blurst of times. The amount of new shows, reboots,...

Fair warning

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Editor’s note: Warning: there be spoilers here. For almost as long as there have been movies, they have been warning us about the robots. But have...

Game on

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It’s a Tuesday night at The Press Room in Portsmouth, and Josh Rose is about to attempt something difficult. “No,” he says, with a hint...

Video Vault: Three Days of the Condor

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“Three Days of the Condor” Paramount Pictures, 1975 Starring: Robert Redford, Faye Dunaway, and Max von Sydow Directed by: Sydney Pollack The plot: Joe Turner (Redford)...

Short and sweet

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In “Bighorn,” Dover filmmaker Alfred Thomas Catalfo’s 2010 short film, a haunted coronet transports a Harvard professor back to the Battle of Little Big Horn...

Eight-bit junkyard

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“Fester’s Quest” (Sunsoft, 1989) Have you ever had a tortured relationship with a video game? If you’ve ever played a video game, then your answer...