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  • DVD Review: 'The Raid 2' is ultraviolent

    DVD Review: 'The Raid 2' is ultraviolent
    Gareth Evans — writer/director of the 2012 Indonesian action film “The Raid: Redemption,” a surprising art-house hit — reunites with star Iko Uwais for this sequel. The team gets points for not simply aping the first film: Evans took an earlier script he had written and retooled it substantially to make Uwais' Rama the central character. On the other hand, the team loses points for length: “The Raid 2” is 2.5 hours — roughly 50 minutes longer than its predecessor.
  • Read On: Following a dream is no secret

    Read On: Following a dream is no secret
    Anyone who believes there isn't much television and film production going on in Glendale simply isn't paying attention. Certainly, ThiaMedia Studios has started to take hold as a permanent fixture in our little town — first with the grass-roots...

    Pasadena church jazzes itself up

    Pasadena church jazzes itself up
    Jazz singer Denise Donatelli is an intimate performer. Her love songs, by virtue of her almost confessional medium dynamic and warm alto voice, have a rare intimacy. Emotion is something she deals out slowly, like cards in a poker game; each one puts...

    Blu-ray may bring a grin to your face

    Blu-ray may bring a grin to your face
    Many years ago I put "Mr. Sardonicus" on my list of guilty pleasures. It's no longer on that list, not because it's gone down in my evaluation, but only because I no longer feel guilty. This 1961 bit of horror melodrama (based on Ray Russell's short...

    DVD Review: 'I'm So Excited' a worthwhile effort

    DVD Review: 'I'm So Excited' a worthwhile effort
    Spanish dictator Francisco Franco died in 1975, thus opening up Spanish cinema to a new generation of filmmakers. Particularly notable is Pedro Almodovar, whose outrageous style and subject matter could never have flourished under Fascist censorship....