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By Christopher Schobert » Thursday, May 5, 2016

The career of Jason Bateman can be divided into three wildly fascinating chapters: teen stardom on “The Hogan Family,” a surprise comeback as the lead on modern classic “Arrested Development,” and his current place as a busy actor and fledgling... Read More

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

By Mike Pettinella News Genesee Correspondent BATAVIA – The Old Genesee County Courthouse is expected to take on a new role in early June as a setting for “Marshall,” a feature film about the early career of the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall. Members of the County Legislature’s Ways &... Read More

By Mark Sommer » Tuesday, May 3, 2016

The Buffalo International Jewish Film Festival is the third oldest continuously running festival of its kind in the United States – three years behind San Francisco’s, and only one year behind Philadelphia’s.The 31st annual festival will present 10... Read More

By Toni Ruberto » Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Title: “The Walking Dead” Year it began: 2010 Are they making new episodes?: Yes. Season 7  premieres in October on AMC Where it can be seen: AMC, OnDemand, seasons 1-5 streaming on Netflix. Who’s in it: Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus,... Read More

By Mary Kunz Goldman » Monday, May 2, 2016

Patrons of some Regal cinemas will shortly have king-sized recliners. The newer, roomier and comfier seats are coming to the Regal Cinema’s Walden Galleria location. All the existing seats are being removed, Regal executives announced, to make way... Read More

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By Christopher Schobert » Sunday, May 1, 2016

“This film contains flashing lights and hallucinatory images.”Those words greet the viewer at the start of “Darling,” an intensely creepy, low-budget horror film shot in delightfully appropriate black and white. And yes, there are indeed flashing... Read More

By Ben Tsujimoto » Friday, April 29, 2016

1) Buffalo Undy Run/Walk, 7:30 a.m. registration, race at 9 on April 30 in Delaware Park (84 Parkside Ave.). Cost is $35 in advance or $40 day-of for the adult 5K (ages 14 and up), and $30 in advance or $35 day-of for the youth 5K and the 1.7-mile fun... Read More

By Jeff Simon » Thursday, April 28, 2016

There is a scene in Laura Gabbert’s documentary “City of Gold” when Los Angeles food critic Jonathan Gold is accompanied to a favorite restaurant by the New Yorker’s famous humorist and food writer Calvin Trillin. Gold credits Trillin with being one of the earliest American writers to concentrate on the food... Read More

By Jeff Simon » Thursday, April 28, 2016

Bob Yari’s awkward but affecting film “Papa: Ernest Hemingway in Cuba” is the first Hollywood movie to be made in Cuba since the revolution. You’re actually seeing its actors disporting themselves at Ernest Hemingway’s estate Finca Vigia.The... Read More

By Christopher Schobert » Monday, April 25, 2016

It’s an age-old cinephile debate: “Alien” or “Aliens”? Is the better film Ridley Scott’s fearsome sci-fi original or James Cameron’s full-throttle, combat-heavy sequel? (No one chooses “Alien 3” or “Alien: Resurrection.” No... Read More

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