By Features Staff Writer Sam Coyle              Following its widely appreciated action prequel, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows had a considerable amount of gut punching and crime-solving to live up to.  But with some new characters—some dispensable and some not—and the adept criminal mastermind Professor Moriarty (Jarred Harris), the […]

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By Features Staff Writer Alex Smallridge Americans are known for remaking European films, and they are known for remaking them badly. However, David Fincher – with a Best Picture Golden Globe and a few cult classics under his belt – seems like someone who’d be able to pull off a remake of a worldwide phenomenon. […]

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By Features Staff Marisa Benjamin I grew up on Cameron Crowe films: Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Say Anything, Jerry McGuire, and Almost Famous. Naturally, I was hoping for another classic, but you can’t expect much from something that looks like it belongs on ABC Family. We Bought A Zoo is not in the same […]

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Looking for something to do this Friday? Sunset Cantina is hosting the “Can I $ u a drink?” party, starting at 6 p.m., to launch PXTMoney, a smart phone payment system. “PXTMoney, [is] the totally PIN protected is a secure mobile $ system,” said PXTMoney Consultant Rivka Tadjer in an email. “[That] means downloading money […]

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[vimeo https://www.vimeo.com/32940517 w=400&h=225] Christmas in Beantown from Daily Free Press on Vimeo. By Lauren Dezenski Copley Christmas Tree: (info courtesy of friendsofcopleysquare.org) In 1883, the public space formerly known as Art Square officially received its current name. Featured guests at this year’s tree lighting included WHDH anchor Janet Wu, Santa Claus, Rudolph, and the Bear […]

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An Interview with The Artist: Michel Hazanavicious By Mel Papalcure, MUSE staff I practically skipped out of the theatre (okay, I skipped) after seeing Michel Hazanavicious’ The Artist, which is something I had the opportunity to tell Hazanavicious in person, after our roundtable interview. Critics are praising The Artist as a tribute to silent cinema, […]

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