You-review-it Monday

December 12, 2010
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This weekend, I passed on most performing arts and gallery shows (okay, I did get to the Eiteljorg to check out the trains) and, instead, focused on movies.

To what end?

Well, in order to better offer my picks for the top new releases in next week's IBJ and to aid in my debate about quality holiday movies with Santa himself on Fox 59 on Tuesday morning.

Also, as a member of the Indiana Film Journalists Association, I needed to see as many as possible in order to add my voice to a very lively debate on the films, performances, etc. of the year on Sunday over lunch at Mesh. You can find the results of the IFJA awards posted Monday on this blog.

In the meantime, tell me what A&E you experienced this weekend.

Your thoughts? What did I miss?  

  • Go, go, go, Go!
    Saw opening night of Civic's Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat on Friday. Mikayla Reed is sensational as the Narrator - sexy and charming with a powerhouse voice.

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