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Garland, Symphony showcasing 1998 film ‘The Red Violin’

This weekend, François Girard’s 1998 film “The Red Violin” will be shown at the Garland Theater, in anticipation of the upcoming Spokane appearance by the actual 1720 Red Mendelssohn Stradivarius that inspired it.

Review: Unreliable storytelling makes ‘Life Itself’ lose all meaning

It’s difficult to discuss what “Life Itself” is exactly about, because the film, written and directed by “This Is Us” creator Dan Fogelman, is such a twisty, tangled narrative that to describe any aspect of it is to risk spoilers. Besides, it’s best to experience the twists and turns for yourself – going in cold really enhances the baffling experience of watching this emotionally sadistic film.

Burt Reynolds’ prolific acting career brought him to Spokane in 2005 for ‘End Game’

UPDATED: Thu., Sept. 6, 2018, 4:35 p.m.

As news of Burt Reynolds’ death circulated on Thursday, Hollywood turned to social media to express their sadness and share fond memories. Actor James Woods (“Salvador,” “Once Upon a Time in America,” “Casino”) was no different, tweeting out: “I finally got to work with one of my heroes in 2006. #BurtReynolds led a really fun cast in Spokane and we laughed all day, every day he was on the set. A wry humor and a warm heart defined this wonderful man. He will be sorely missed. #RIPBurtReynolds”

Review: ‘The Nun’ is a total, screaming blast

Step aside, “Halloween.” Forget it, “Paranormal Activity.” Nice try, “Scream.” “The Conjuring” franchise has steadily become the most dependable horror film franchise of late, conquering the box office with good old-fashioned and flawlessly executed spooks and scares, with a few interesting ideas to boot.