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Everything in theaters this week, plus special screenings and movie reviews.

Short takes: This week’s movie listings and reviews

December 1st, 2016

Everything in theaters this week, plus special screenings and movie reviews.

  • Film

    It’s obvious from the first moments that the post-apocalyptic storyline isn’t really what it appears to be.

  • Film

    Writer-director Nicholas Pesce’s gorgeous debut feature is full of unknowable horrors.

  • Film

    Stop-motion animation, a stoner yuletide and a legit Christmas demon.

  • Film

    Everything in theaters this week, plus special screenings and movie reviews.

  • Film

    This is the result of Beatty's 40-plus years, on and off, spent trying to make a movie about Howard Hughes.

  • Film

    Anybody who misses old-fashioned glamour and movie-star charisma will get some degree of pleasure here.

  • Film

    Joel Edgerton renders himself unrecognizable as a soft-spoken man forced into principled action against his will.

  • Film

    This time around they’re looking for a bigger score.

  • Film

    A few years after the massively successful Frozen, Disney's back in the animated princess business.

  • Film

    Miles Teller plays Pazienza, a brash, confident guy from working-class Providence, Rhode Island.

  • Film

    Street Cat is really about the life of Bob’s owner, played by Luke Treadaway.

  • Film

    Everything in theaters this week, plus special screenings and movie reviews.

  • Film

    Nothing resonates like watching Harry, Ron and Hermione come of age, but this movie is by nature more of a thrill ride than an emotional ...

  • Film

    The movie version remains stubbornly on the surface—a surface, moreover, that only a tiny number of people will view as intended.

  • Film

    Like Broad City, you'll want to binge on this.

  • Film

    Writer-director Kelly Fremon Craig puts a personal spin on the American teen film.

  • Film

    Far more uncomfortable than the brief moment of violence is the slow-motion train wreck leading up to it.

  • Film

    Everything in theaters this week, plus special screenings and movie reviews.

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    The 11-track album compiles all of the Vegas band's previously released holiday singles, plus a new take on "I'll Be Home For Christmas."

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    From the annual KLUC Toy Drive to the sparkling lights of the Magical Forest, these are a few of our favorite things.

  • Music

    George Strait, Tim McGraw, Jennifer Nettles and many more hit town in December.

  • Industry Weekly

    The short rib grilled cheese is a winter hit.

  • A&E

    Plus, a benefit show at 11th Street Records and We Are Pancakes plays Triple B.

  • Nightlife

    Hawtin plays the Boom Box Room at Marquee on Monday, November 28.

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    DJ Baby Yu begins a new monthly residency at the Foundation Room in January.

  • Dining

    Put down those bags and get yourself some ceviche.

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    The EDM duo is gearing up to drop new music in 2017.

  • A&E

    Like the heat death of the universe, Norm Macdonald’s comedy has only grown cooler over the years.

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    Checking in with the Happiest (ex-)Mayor on Earth about the Golden Knights, the Raiders, and even the NBA and MLB coming to Las Vegas.

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    “I can’t wait for the Las Vegas market to experience this new concept,” says 50 Eggs founder John Kunkel.

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    Also catch Ookay at Intrigue, Ruckus at Jewel, Jermaine Dupri at Drai's and many more.