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Capra classic "It's a Wonderful Life" jumps from screen to stage

Published Dec. 16, 2014

The story behind "It's a Wonderful Life" is now almost as well-known as the story of George Bailey himself. The movie performed below expectations back in 1946, but several decades later, as the movie made its way into the public domain, "It's a Wonderful Life" grew into a holiday classic. Now there's many renditions of the story, including a staged radio show version - complete with old school sound effects - coming to the Marcus Center.

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Chris Rock gets close to top form in "Top Five"

Published Dec. 15, 2014

Fans have been routinely left waiting for a Chris Rock movie that truly plays up to the standard of Chris Rock. Luckily, the wait is over with the arrival of "Top Five," a loose-limbed comedy about celebrity that feels like a movie worthy of its star - in both its voice and its significant supply of laughs.

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10 movies to look forward to in 2015

Published Dec. 13, 2014

2015 is absolutely stacked with big movies. You'd have to be a mad man to try to narrow down the plethora of exciting new movies into a list of merely 10. Luckily, OnMilwaukee.com happens to have two such insane individuals: movie guys Matt Mueller and Colton Dunham. The choices weren't easy - we won't say tears were shed, but yes, tears were shed - but here are the 10 movies you should be already buying tickets for in 2015.

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The frostily funny "Force Majeure" sends a marriage down the moguls

Published Dec. 9, 2014

What doesn't kill you supposedly makes you stronger. In the case of the sneakily incisive new Swedish dark comedy "Force Majeure," however, what doesn't kill you reveals your deepest faults to all of your loved ones. And they are not impressed.

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