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Never Stand Still, Ron Honsa’s documentary about Jacob’s Pillow, on view at the MFA July 5–11, works well as a dance film largely because it focuses not solely on dance but also on the stories behind the place and the people who’ve made it what it is.
Expected to be this summer’s biggest blockbuster, The Amazing Spider-Man promises new–and not just new actors.
It’s promising a new world for Spidey fans to play in, a darker one where Peter Parker will be spending his time investigating the truth about his father and inventing artificial webs, all while barely casting a shadow of the geeky and goofy Parker of Spider-Mans past.
The Fourth of July is a great time to have that summer barbeque you’ve been daydreaming about, maybe let the kids play with some sparklers, and later watch fireworks with the family. But more importantly, it’s a time to pay tribute to our military efforts and all who have sacrificed to afford us the comfort of this leisurely day.
The AMC Loews Harvard Square Theatre is closing. What does this mean for Rocky Horror fans and neighboring movie houses?