Flop didn’t work in either silly or vulgar form, yet still taught lessons on how to bridge local theater and tourist entertainment.
There’s not much in “The November Man” that you haven’t seen before, usually done better somewhere else. Compared to the franchises it seems to be striving for, as Bond it’s bland, and as Bourne it’s a bore.
Here’s a look at the new movies “The November Man,” “As Above/So Below,” “Land Ho!,” “Saints and Soldiers: The Void” and “Cantinflas”:
I heard from readers after the closing of Viva Mercado’s. And I heard from readers when a reopening was in the works, at Village Square. Since the restaurant opened in November, I’ve heard nary a peep. And why might that be? My guess is that their mouths were full.
The Fourth of July is a huge moviegoing day. Christmas is so big, New Year’s is left open to give everyone time to catch up. But Labor Day? Nothing. Zilch. It’s as though Hollywood wants you to — gasp! — go outside this weekend.
As part of its customer appreciation night, the West Wind Drive-In is offering free admission on Thursday to see “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” “Maleficent,” “How to Train Your Dragon 2” and “Think Like a Man Too.”
Taste of the Town readers follow their noses to find limburger on both sides of the valley.
‘Vegas Nocturne’ producer’s lawsuit alleges mismanagement, but it’s hard to argue the marketing was too cryptic for its own good.
Nestled along a creek near the base of the mountains, picturesque Lamoille retains much of its rural flavor, providing visitors with glimpses of the area’s pioneer ranching history.
Once upstarts, Penn & Teller are now a more direct version of magic’s quality police.