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Of Gods and Men

Of Gods and Men

Of Gods and Men ****1/2 Cast: Lambert Wilson (Christian),Michael Lonsdale (Luc), Olivier Rabordin (Christophe), Phillippe  Laudenbach (Celeslin), Jacquees Herlin Frin (Paul), abdelhafid Metalsi (Nouredine), Sabrince Ouazani (Rabbia), Olivier Perrier (Bruno), Fariid (Ali Fayattia), Adel Bencherif (Le Terroriste).  Country: France. Language: [...]

April Artisans Bring MAY DAY Pageant

April Artisans Bring MAY DAY Pageant

By Harvey Winje, In the Heart of the Beast The Annual May Day Parade and Festival is a harbinger and highlight of Spring exceeded only by the gatherings of all ages during April that produce this special pageant. You’ve heard “April showers bring May flowers.” Well, April artisans will bring another May Day pageant. It is truly a [...]

One seed = many fruits Many pieces = one beauty

One seed = many fruits Many pieces = one beauty

By Patrick Cabello Hansel Out of one seed comes many fruits. Out of many broken pieces comes one unique beauty. That is the hope of the “Semilla” Community Arts Program at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Phillips. The idea for Semilla—which means “seed” in Spanish—came from St. Paul’s work in the arts and community organizing over [...]

Take Me Home Tonight

Take Me Home Tonight

Take Me Home Tonight * Theiopolis Cinema * “Take Me Home Tonight”(2010) Comedy. Cast: Topher Grace (Matt frank), Dan Fogler (Barry Nathan), Teiesa Palmer (Tori Frederking), Anna Faris (Wendy Franklin). (R)95 minutes.Director: Michael Dowse. Actor-co producer Topher Grace and actor Dan Fogler showed up for questions and answers [...]

Movie Coffin

Movie Coffin

By Howard McQuitter II Jane Russell, 1921-2011 Actress Jane Russell, 89, died the day after the 83rd Academy Awards--February 28--one of the most popular beauties of the silver screen in the 1940s in San Maria,California. She got her first role in the film “Outlaw” (1943) by director Howard Hughes, a movie the censors criticized for [...]

“Bridging Minneapolis” Wins FEAST FUNDING

“Bridging Minneapolis” Wins FEAST FUNDING

‘Bridging Minneapolis,’ the community-arts’ project on both ends of the 24th Street Pedestrian Bridge recently won the public vote at FEAST, a city-wide arts funding competition. The $1,000 proceeds are being used to move the project forward. Watch The Alley as it unfolds! (Contact Dallas Johnson for information and to share your ideas: [...]

Howard’s top 10 movies of 2010

Howard’s top 10 movies of 2010

Howard McQuitter II Movie Corner HowardMcQuitterii@yahoo.com King’s Speech The King’s Speech is this year’s favorite film for me after pondering on it hours and even days later. Colin Firth (nominated for best actor in a “Single Man” in 2009) plays King George VI. He ascends the throne in Great Britain in 1936, when his brother [...]

The Fighter

The Fighter

Howard McQuitter II Movie Corner HowardMcQuitterii@yahoo.com The Fighter Cast: Mark Wahlberg (Mickey Ward), Christian Bale (Dicky Eklund), Melessia Leo (Alice Ward), Amy Adams (Charlene Fleming), Bianca Hunter (Cathy Pork Ecklund), Eric McDarmott (Cindy ‘Tar’ Ecklund), Jill Ouigg (Donna Eckund Jaynes), Dendrie Taylor (Gail ‘Red [...]

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, 127 Hours & Tangled

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, 127 Hours & Tangled

by Howard McQuitter II HowardMcQuitterii@yahoo.com Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows ****1/2 Warner Brothers Fantasy/Drama/Thriller Lagoon Running Time: 146 minutes Rated: PG-13 Director: David Yates The trio: Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint are grown up now. We’ve watched these lovely children grow up [...]

Red & Howl

Red & Howl

Red **** Action/Comedy Summit Entertainment Southdale Mega 16 (10) Running Time: 111 minutes Languages: English, Russian Rated:PG13 Director: Robert Schwentke This was a nice mix of cast with action master Bruce Willis, Oscar winners Helen Mirren (“The Queen”), Morgan Freeman (“Million Dollar Baby”), Richard Dreyfuss (“The [...]

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