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    • Florida Film Festival 2014 movie reviews

      Not sure what flicks to catch at this year’s fest? Use our reviews as your guide
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    • Orlando Weekly's guide to the 2013 Florida Film Festival

      Central Florida’s annual festival of film and food returns for its 22nd year
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    • Company-owned existence

      The modern-day company town is still no way to live
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    • SLAVE TO THE GRIND

        Adult Swim veteran Brendon Small stakes his hopes on metal
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    • COMEDY OF ERAS

        Depending on your perspective, the 15th annual Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival represents either a wonderful time to get onboard or the unveiling of a greatest-hits package K-tel would envy...
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    • THE POWER WORTHY

        That other newspaper, the name of which escapes us at the moment, publishes an annual list of the 25 most powerful people in Central Florida that is, frankly, depressing as hell ...
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    • AMERICAN ANTI-IDOL

        It was during a high-school talent show that Eric Pinder learned he was (in the immortal words of Michael Jackson) "not like other boys" ...
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    • VEGGIE TALE

        In the comics business, they call it a crossover: A character or characters from an underperforming book guest-stars in a more popular title ...
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    • NIGHT VISION

        To any artist, opening up a direct portal into your subconscious is an undertaking fraught with risk. What if inner visions that you consider inherently beautiful strike your audience as grotesque? ...
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    • CAREER CRIMINAL

        To your mom, John Waters is the man we have to thank for Hairspray; to you, he'll always be the genius who got Divine to eat dog shit on camera ...
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    • FRIDAY ON MY MIND

        There's no exiting or entering the Goldman Theater during the thrilling first 10 minutes of the Orlando-UCF Shakespeare Festival's Robinson Crusoe ...
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    • FANG VERSUS FICTION

        As if owning and operating a basement laboratory weren't peculiar enough, the Feb. 3, 2006, death of beloved Munsters star and leftist rabble-rouser "Grandpa" Al Lewis ...
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    • WONDER BOY

        When he took on a simple writing and drawing assignment six and a half decades ago, Jerry Robinson had no idea he'd be carving a permanent, wicked grin on the face of popular fiction ...
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    • MOVIN' ON UP

        "Previously on Ladies of Eola Heights," runs the video preamble to Michael Wanzie's latest stage comedy ...
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    • THE TRAVESTY AND THE ECSTASY

        The Internet is full of name generators that can instantly equip ordinary citizens with new identities as porn stars and other larger-than-life figures ...
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    • CRITICS GOT BACK

        Brokeback Mountain arrives in Orlando bearing the imprimatur of the Florida Film Critics Circle, which has lavished the film with four of the major accolades in its year-end awards ...
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    • GOING THERE

        Seventeen years after Jane's Addiction ushered in the blasé era with the pithy observation "Nothing's shocking," three Asian horror directors and one American comic are out to prove that oh, yes, something still is ...
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    • CHEAP SHOTS

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    • FULL WASSAIL

        What's a theater company to do when December rolls around? Well, you could always trot out A Christmas Carol again
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    • MESSIN' WITH TEXAS

        To audiences of a certain comedic disposition, the glass house known as Greater Tuna is a stone-thrower's paradise ...
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    • FEAST OF STEPHEN

        This is the first year I've been able to muster any sympathy for the pathetic crybabies who always whine about Christmas being 'depressing' ...
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