V.24 No.7 | 2/12/2015
Patriots Over Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX
Will all our questions ever be answered?
By Michael Sanchez [ Fri Feb 6 2015 4:45 PM ]
Michael Sanchez recaps the game, the heartache and the weirdness of another year of sportsball.
V.24 No.6 | 2/5/2015
The Daily Word in Super Bowl, sex changes, swords, and seeing shadows
By Carl Petersen & Constance Moss [ Mon Feb 2 2015 12:27 PM ]
The Patriots won the Super Bowl.
The Super Bowl commercials were bland this year.
Bruce Jenner is transitioning into life as a woman.
A new dinosaur was discovered in China.
An Albuquerque toddler shot his parents with a handgun.
Here are the rules for buying food with love at McDonald’s.
Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow this morning.
Here are five things you didn’t know about Groundhog Day, the movie.
Our next alibi issue is our special love issue and will feature sex toy reviews by members of the alibi staff. In the meantime, here are a few sex toys you may want to stay away from.
Vladimir Putin has resumed the war in Ukraine.
Back in December, the Russian court banned the music and artwork of Cannibal Corpse.
You can see Cannibal Corpse in the land of the free tonight at the Sunshine theater, along with Behemoth, Aeon, and Tribulation.
V.22 No.6 | 2/7/2013
Best & Worst Super Bowl Commercials
By Devin D. O’Leary
A blackout, an army of Beyoncés and an intentional safety: Super Bowl XLVII may have been the first Super Bowl in a long time that was more interesting than the multi-million-dollar commercials surrounding it. In fact, this year’s ads weren’t a very standout collection, consisting of mostly rehashed and underwhelming entries. What’s the point of spending millions on a 30-second spot if people aren’t going to be buzzing about it the next day?
V.21 No.6 | 2/9/2012
Sponsor Losers (and Winners)
Best and worst Super Bowl ads
By Devin D. O’Leary
At Super Bowl XLVI, car companies clearly ran over beer companies. Anheuser-Busch—normally the King of Commercials—fumbled in 2012. The Budweiser brewer tossed off a couple of forgettably nostalgic spots before bottoming out with the introduction of Bud Light Platinum, which ... has a higher credit limit than other beers? I have no idea. Car companies, however, pulled out the stops with a string of notable ads. Hot babes made a good showing, as always, hawking cars, more cars and domain name registration. Dogs also had their day, starring in five spots (six if you count Snoopy in the MetLife commercial). Monkeys, bears and babies, on the other hand, seem to have worn out their welcome. Good riddance to them.
V.19 No.6 | 2/11/2010
Super Bowl Movie Trailers
By Devin D. O’Leary [ Mon Feb 8 2010 3:26 PM ]
The Super Bowl is usually a good opportunity to ogle some hot upcoming movie trailers. Generally speaking, the ads on this year’s Super Bowl were a surprisingly dull lot. But we still managed a few big movie trailers. Alice in Wonderland, The Wolfman and Shutter Island all slipped in trailers. Of course, we’ve seen plenty previews of these three films in the last couple of months, so that was no big deal.
Among the new batch of trailers was Ridley Scott’s take on Robin Hood. Although Russell Crowe looks good as the bow-slinging hero, it’s hard to shake the “been there, done that” vibe of the trailer.
Next up was the Jennifer Lopez romantic comedy The Back-Up Plan. While I can’t get excited about another Jennifer Lopez rom-com, the trailer manages a couple of edgy laughs.
The final trailer was probably the most exciting, a sneak-peak at Jake Gyllenhaal in Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time. Videogames aren’t the best source of inspiration for movies (Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li, anyone?), but this could be decent pre-summer blockbuster fun.
Third Annual Jewish Film Festival at Jewish Community Center
The Midnight Orchestra, the story of the son of a once famous Jewish musician, Marcel Botbol. Directed by Jérôme Cohen Olivar.
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