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

Short takes: This week's movie listings

February 4th, 2016

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

  • Film

    Head out to Boulder Theatre and take in some sweet shorts.

  • Film

    In attempting to please both sides, it dissatisfies all.

  • Film

    The creative duo's latest doesn't live up to their other masterpieces.

  • Film

    Writer-director Andrew Haigh examines love and relationships with intense subtlety.

  • Film

    The local motion-picture development and production company made a $2 million deal with Universal Pictures.

  • Film

    Reminding us that our best filmmakers are still at the top of their game isn't generally Sundance's brand, but who could possibly complain?

  • Film

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

  • Film

    A story that was exhaustively scrutinized at the time it occurred proves just as exhausting two decades later.

  • Film

    There’s really nothing new to discover, but it’s still nice to see old friends every so often.

  • Film

    The rescue-at-sea drama takes place in 1952, and much of the movie feels like it could have been produced in the same era.

  • Film

    The teen leads are all petulant pouts and brooding stares (Cassie’s post-apocalypse hair is never less than lustrous).

  • Film

    Instead of finding the sublime in the mundane, Anomalisa turns out to just be mundane.

  • Film

    It’s just a parade of discomfort, for both the characters and the audience.

  • Film

    The truth is still out there.

  • Film

    After a series of acclaimed performances, Isaac finally makes a misstep with the ludicrous thriller.

  • Film

    It's mainly interested in blowing stuff up. Typical Michael Bay.

  • Film

    It ebbs and flows rather than heading in any particular direction.

  • Film

    Cube and Kev do their best, but they are not miracle workers.

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  • Dining News

    Plus, Burger Lounge is coming to Aria, February is super-sweet at Hexx, and Via Brasil is doing Carnival.

  • A&E

    Where to get your grub and buzz on while watching the Big Game.

  • Kats Report

    One performer who will not rock in Rio for long is Mark Shunock, the magnanimous actor who portrays Lonny who has announced on his Facebook ...

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    If “Twisted Vegas” is beguiling, “Spoofical” is just brutal. That’s how that show feels even in rehearsals, and by David Saxe’s description. ...

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    Paul Johnson can at once rock, and build, the house. A man who hammers it down on and off the stage, Johnson has ascended the ...

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    This week, Monday By the Numbers focuses on Super Bowl 50, where we finally drop the Roman numerals and ask the question, “In how many ...

  • Dining

    The pan roast has reached local icon status, a true must-eat. Now there’s another place to get it.

  • Nightlife

    With more than 100 beers to choose from, giant versions of Jenga and Connect Four and a menu of tasty bar bites, Beer Park is ...

  • AP

    People buying Burning Man tickets later this month will also pay live entertainment tax for the first time ...

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    The 17-member First Friday Foundation is now tasked with making the operation solvent and spurring engagement.

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    To the millions who have seen “Jubilee” over its 34-year history, the costumes have been as much a part of the show as the performers. ...

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    "It’s so beautiful to be able to stress the body in a certain way and watch it adapt, down to a cellular level."

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    Soon, you won’t have to “like” your friends’ bad news on Facebook.

  • Kats Report

    No one is spared in Spoofical. Magicians. Dance troupes. Casino moguls. Superstar headliners. Smut-pamphlet passers on the Strip.

  • Featured

    West Las Vegas' history, culture, preservation and revitalization.