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Still Sinful

Clooney shows his bad side, and it isn’t good.

Movie Reviews For a rough idea of what was going through George Clooney’s head when he signed on to The American—apart from the set’s proximity to his Italian villa—look no further than the only other...

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Taxi Cab Confession

Laura Poitras’ film gives a rare perspective

Movie Reviews The Oath features a story so strange it feels more like fiction than fact. Few news programs or investigations of 9.11 and its aftermath have plumbed terrorism with this kind of insight. It is an eerie moment i...

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

SWEAT 2010

Get ready to get a move on

Sweat Despite the name of SFR’s annual fitness guide, the stories in this issue aren’t geared at extreme perspiration. Well, at least, not entirely.

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

The Fast Track

Is going foodless a path to health?

Sweat I’m not sure why I wanted to starve myself. I like my body, and I take fairly good care of it. Granted, walking my dog is the only exercise I get these days, and the svelte, yogic physique I had once carv...

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Fall Quest

SFR’s picks for 10 outdoor adventures in northern New Mexico

Sweat While you might believe the fun ends with the arrival of school and the changing colors and temperatures of fall, there is still plenty to do outdoors. SFR chose 10 possibilities for stimulating and—most ...

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

How Low It Goes

The dead tell tales in Get Low

Movie Reviews True story: Somewhere in the South during the Great Depression, an old man lived alone in the woods; one day, for reasons unknown, he decided to host his own funeral. Now, he has a movie, which asks: By what pr...

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Changing of the Garde

Three new aces take the reins at Santa Fe's contemporary art institutions

Features Santa Fe’s history as a center for arts and culture imbues the city with quirky character, bucket-loads of charm and an internationally recognized élan all its own. But the arts also are big busine...

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Great Scott

Scott Pilgrim pushes most of the right buttons

Movie Reviews Movies have begun to teeter toward the kinetic, mile-a-minute logic that mimics the heart-racing pace of video games. But with Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, the video game has finally and definitively entered th...

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Bare Turns

The Other Guys mixes humor with real outrage

Movie Reviews One of the funnier scenes in Michael Moore’s last intentionally funny polemic, Bowling for Columbine, imagined NYPD officers chasing down shirtless Wall Street criminals for a show called Corporate Cops. ...

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Thinner Dinner

Sure he belongs at Dinner for Schmucks, but why?

Movie Reviews In the grand scheme of things, we should have known it wouldn’t be so long after Breakfast of Champions that we’d be having Dinner for Schmucks.

Wednesday, August 4, 2010
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