Water For Elephants (PG)


Robert Pattinson flees his blood-sucking past to become a different kind of monster—a carny!—in Water for Elephants, a lush, historical romance set amid a traveling circus in 1931. It’s beautiful to look at but ultimately plodding and predictable, although Pattinson and co-star Reese Witherspoon (in a role that plays to her winsome strengths) have heat. Christoph Waltz adds color as a deranged circus master.

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Dick Dale

By Cindi Reed

It was a potpourri of beach sound as the music started and a crowd appeared out of nowhere. All the chairs emptied, and, like high tide, the crowd pressed toward the Hard Rock Café stage on April 22 to see surf guitar legend Dick Dale. He appeared in a white-on-black Nudie-style Western shirt and a slicked-back ponytail, looking like a quintessential Quentin Tarantino hero-villian. Supported by his son on drums and a bass player, he delved into a surf rock reverie. Because most of his songs are instrumental, there are no word-hooks on which to hang the thoughts about each song.



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