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Museyon’s Guide to the Weekend

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  Celebrate: It’s Labor Day weekend in America, the unofficial end of the summer when kids head back to school and summer Friday’s come to a sad halt. Time to roll out those bbqs for one last hurrah and remember to check your local calendar for any town parades!   Watch: The American – As an assassin, Jack (George Clooney) ... Read More »

Five Fun Pro-Football Films For Your Super Bowl Pre-Game

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  “Rudy”, “The Longest Yard”, “Friday Night Lights”—cinema has a library full of collegiate and prison football films worth a spin. But, for some reason, Hollywood just cannot make a decent, realistic, grind-it-out pro-football movie. “Any Given Sunday”? Please. Even though the movies have yet to capture the heady excitement of the Super Bowl on film (and the fact that ... Read More »

Desert Driving with ‘The Men Who Stare At Goats’

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In the latest George Clooney box office hit, ‘The Men Who Stare at Goats‘ tells the somewhat-true story of a U.S. Army Special Forces unit — the New Earth Army, in the film; the First Earth Battalion in real life — dedicated to studying New Age philosophies and the paranormal in an attempt to create a band of psychic spies. ... Read More »

Scouting ‘A Serious Man’

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The Coen Brothers scoured the Midwest to find the perfect place to play the place where they grew up in their latest film, ‘A Serious Man‘. The story of physics professor Larry Gopnik and his family, the film is set in 1967, in St. Louis Park, Minnesota, in an intellectual Jewish household similar to the one the Coens grew up ... Read More »

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