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Shark Park

shark%20park.jpg The first DVD to hit this spot, this surf flick about the massive, tempermental break off of San Miguel Island is a must-see for locals, foreigners, and anyone interested in surfing or the power of the ocean. The bonus up-close footage of a great white shark doesn’t hurt either.

Fall Arts Film

Get off the beach. Put away the sun block. Just face it: summer has breathed its last gasps and you must now return to being a real person. But don’t let chilly reality dampen your spirits too much, for Santa Barbara’s movie houses have a delightful autumn season planned. And isn’t better to escape for the afternoon and not have to shake sand out of your pockets?

Up from the Underground

Yes, it’s well and good that the world at large has come to know the name Philip Seymour Hoffman, whose knock-out performance in Capote is rightfully racking up trophies in the awards season (a Golden Globe and Los Angeles Film Critics Award so far, and an Oscar nomination with good odds for winning).

By George, He’s Got It!

Roger Durling Chats Movies and Life with George Clooney. It’s been quite a year for George Clooney, from writing, directing, and acting in the acclaimed Ed Murrow vs. Senator Joseph McCarthy black-and-white epic Good Night, and Good Luck to his dedicated onscreen work – weight gain, bad injury, and all – in the controversial Syriana, a film about going to war over oil.


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