Chappie, Cinderella & Josephine Baker on the big screen

by Chris Narloch

In February, both Kevin Costner and Julianne Moore had two films in theaters simultaneously.

This month, it’s Dev Patel’s turn to go head to head with himself at the multiplex, and his dueling movies, “Chappie” and “The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel,” are very different experiences indeed.

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Kingsman & Kevin Costner on the Big Screen

by Chris Narloch

With the focus on the Oscars, February is ordinarily a dumping ground for new movies that didn’t stand a chance of being nominated and won’t be remembered next month, much less next year.

In 2015, however, things are looking up, and a couple of recent additions to the multiplex are actually worth seeing.

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Ignored By The Oscars – So Many Snubs, So Little Time

by Chris Narloch

The 2014/2015 Academy Awards are history now, but people are still talking about all the snubs, both during the show and before it, when the very “white” nominations were announced earlier this year.

By now, most people who follow Tinsel town’s annual love-for-itself-fest have heard that director Ava DuVernay and star David Oyelowo were not even nominated for “Selma,” which outraged the already-dwindling number of African-American Oscar viewers. (“Selma,” which was nominated for Best Picture, is still in theaters and is a must-see.)

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The February 26 Issue of Outword is Out Now523

In case you have noticed that there is yet another married couple, this time men, last time women, adorning the cover of the new issue of Outword, it would be understandable if you were to wonder, why two issues in a row? Our February 12 issue was our 20th Annual Romance and Weddings issue, yes, we have been celebrating LGBT relationships long before they were legally recognized, and with this issue we are paying special tribute to the upcoming LGBT Wedding Expo. Once again, it will be held at the Red Lion Woodlake hotel. This is the third such expo since the overturning of Prop 8.

Read more: Wedding Bells are Gonna Chime!

 

Couch Potatoes & Francophiles Unite At Verge Center For The Arts

by Chris Narloch

Local Francophiles will want to make a pilgrimage to Sacramento’s Verge Center For The Arts this Saturday evening, Feb. 21, and if you are a couch-potato and a Francophile, boy have I got an event for you.

The folks at the Sacramento French Film Festival have teamed up with the Verge Center for this fun evening of short films that will be viewed from sofas that are actually an interactive art exhibit entitled couchbleachers.

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