Where Do We Go Now?
Middle Eastern farce finds inventive, if unrealistic, solution to religious strife
Somewhere, in the rocky wilds of Lebanon, lies a tiny village so isolated from neighboring communities that the residents can barely keep up on the latest trends. Cell phones don’t exist there. Reception on the village’s sole television set is spotty at best. Newspapers are a luxury item. Why, these folks aren’t even aware that Muslims and Christians are supposed to hate each other to death.
Dish Network drops AMC
In less than a week, Albuquerque viewers will be able to satisfy their jones for the fifth and final season of “Breaking Bad.” This season’s final 16-episode story arc (which begins airing on July 15) promises to bring the dramatic story of high-school-teacher-turned-drug-kingpin Walter White to its final (perhaps fatal?) conclusion. But a certain percentage of viewers here and across the nation will be missing out on this season.
Dark Matters presents: Horror Bites! at Guild Cinema
Celebrate the darkest day of the year with a collection of short films, including science fiction, horror and dark fantasy.
Untitled (Just Kidding) at CCA Cinematheque
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