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Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
Johnny Depp sails the seas once again.
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Film Review  May 20, 2011, by Marc Savlov
"...Directed by: Rob Marshall. Starring: Johnny Depp, Penélope Cruz, Ian McShane, Geoffrey Rush, Kevin R..."

Doomsday
In this UK thriller, the so-called Reaper virus threatens the Isles with extinction.
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Film Review  March 21, 2008, by Marc Savlov
"...Directed by: Neil Marshall. Starring: Rhona Mitra, Bob Hoskins, Malcolm McDowell, Alexander Siddig and Adrian Lester..."

Somebody Up There Likes Me
Bob Byington's filmed-in-Austin, indie comedy takes place over decades as a guy wanders through life with (scene-stealing) coaching from his best friend, played by Nick Offerman.
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Film Review  April 5, 2013, by Leah Churner
"...Directed by: Bob Byington. Starring: Keith Poulson, Nick Offerman, Jess Weixler, Stephanie Hunt, Marshall Bell, Kate Lyn Sheil, Kevin Corrigan, Jonathan Togo and Megan Mullally...."

Kazaam
“He's tall. That doesn't mean he's interesting,” says a character in Kazaam who, nevertheless, is definitely interested in the big genie played by basketball superstar Shaquille O'Neal. That may be...

Film Review  July 19, 1996, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Glaser. Starring: Shaquille O'Neal, Francis Capra, Ally Walker, Marshall Manesh, James Acheson, Fawn Reed and John Costelloe..."

Austin Film Festival Full Slate
Marquee names include Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, Patton Oswalt
DAILY Screens  September 14, 2016, by Richard Whittaker
"...The Austin Film Festival has already made some big announcements, but the reveal today of their full feature lineup for 2016 saved the biggest for last. The list includes new features starring Bryan Cranston, Jennifer Garner, Patton Oswalt, Emma Stone, and Ryan Gosling, plus a special talk with legendary producer Frank Marshall...."

Bloodsucking Bastards
Cubicle horrors: Vampires bloody the workplace
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Film Review  September 4, 2015, by Marc Savlov
"...Directed by: Brian James O’Connell. Starring: Fran Kranz, Pedro Pascal, Joey Kern, Joel Murray, Emma Fitzpatrick, Yvette Yates, Justin Ware, Sean Cowhig, Marshall Givens and David F..."

#WorldWideTrendingTopic
Austin's voice in the global conversation on art and social media
Arts Story  June 12, 2014, by Seth Orion Schwaiger
"...The equally direct "Blog Reblog" at Big Medium, which closed June 7, addressed the changing nature of image authorship in the current culture and the speed with which we look at pictures. For this Austin Center for Photography exhibition, Max Marshall and Paul Paper selected 200 photographers, paired them, and handed over to them much of their curatorial control..."

Art Review: 'Blog Reblog'
Randomly paired photos yield serendipitous imagery
DAILY Arts  May 28, 2014, by Rod Machen
"...Curators Max Marshall and Paul Paper collected the multitude of artists represented in the show, then paired them randomly. At that point, each person was told the name of his or her partner and instructed to go find an image he or she liked..."

The Daily Hustle: 12/9/10 (Updated)
City Council meets today
DAILY News  December 9, 2010, by Wells Dunbar
"...Update: The entirety of the Austin Housing Finance Corporation's items passed this afternoon, including the Marshall Apartments PSH proposal...."

Before the Lights Go Out
One last local look
DAILY Music  December 19, 2008, by Margaret Moser
"...Not many artists are venturing near Marshall Styler’s universe of atmospheric music, yet Astrah orbits nearby. A different sort of one-man band, Astrah is Jason Smith, whose touch with ambient music is firm and unwavering across a broad aural landscape that alluringly mixes music and sound – really wonderful for the recent overcast days..."

Venom
Spider-Man's nemesis gets a spin-off without web-head
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Film Review  October 12, 2018, by Matthew Monagle
"...It’s the biggest cinematic question of the year: Which symbiotic action movie starring sorta-Tom Hardy is better? Leigh Whannell’s Upgrade caught audiences by surprise by showcasing inventive fight choreography and a breakout performance from star Logan Marshall-Green. For its part, Venom comes barreling into theatres with superhero name recognition, a big budget, and lofty expectations as the first film in Sony's new Spider-Man spin-off cinematic universe (none of which are planned to actually feature Spider-Man)..."

Film
Recommended
  July 14, 1995
"...CONGOD: Frank Marshall; with Dylan Walsh, Laura Linney, Tim Curry, Ernie Hudson, Joe Don Baker. Congo has everything - civil war, exploding airplanes, deranged hippos, rumbling volcanoes, murderous gorillas - and that's its trouble: It suffocates you with one faux thrill after another. Jawdroppingly bad, this adaptation of Michael Crichton's 1980 novel about a talking ape named Amy and a fabled lost city deep in the jungles of central Africa is as sophisticated in execution as a Jungle Jim movie..."

Film
Recommended
  July 7, 1995
"...CONGOD: Frank Marshall; with Dylan Walsh, Laura Linney, Tim Curry, Ernie Hudson, Joe Don Baker. Congo has everything - civil war, exploding airplanes, deranged hippos, rumbling volcanoes, murderous gorillas - and that's its trouble: It suffocates you with one faux thrill after another. Jawdroppingly bad, this adaptation of Michael Crichton's 1980 novel about a talking ape named Amy and a fabled lost city deep in the jungles of central Africa is as sophisticated in execution as a Jungle Jim movie..."

Film
Recommended
  June 30, 1995
"...CONGOD: Frank Marshall; with Dylan Walsh, Laura Linney, Tim Curry, Ernie Hudson, Joe Don Baker. Congo has everything - civil war, exploding airplanes, deranged hippos, rumbling volcanoes, murderous gorillas - and that's its trouble: It suffocates you with one faux thrill after another. Jawdroppingly bad, this adaptation of Michael Crichton's 1980 novel about a talking ape named Amy and a fabled lost city deep in the jungles of central Africa is as sophisticated in execution as a Jungle Jim movie..."

SXSW Announces Midnighters and Shorts
Henry Rollins, Jeremy Sisto join horror lineup
DAILY SXSW  February 10, 2015, by Richard Whittaker
"...The Invitation Director: Karyn Kusama, Screenwriters: Phil Hay, Matt Manfredi While attending a dinner party at his former home, a man thinks his ex-wife and her new husband have sinister intentions for their guests. Cast: Logan Marshall-Green, Tammy Blanchard, Michiel Huisman, Emayatzy Corinealdi, Lindsay Burdge, John Carroll Lynch, Mike Doyle, Michelle Krusiec, Karl Yune, Jordi Vilasuso (World Premiere)..."

Rights and Consequences
The Redistricting trial pits "partisan gerrymandering" against the Voting Rights Act.
News Story  December 19, 2003, by Michael King
"...Rep. Max Sandlin, D-Marshall, the Harrison Co..."

Postmarks
Bergstorm
Columns  January 24, 1997
"...Just read through y'all's Top 10 lists for 1996. Couldn't help but notice that -- once again -- Wild About Music, the distinctly New-Austin, new, fine arts gallery on West Sixth Street has been left off of Cari Marshall's list of new galleries opening in 1996..."

'The NFL Beat': Week 12
Enterprising fantasy football journalism
DAILY Sports  November 24, 2012, by Alex Dunlap
"...It looks as if Bears QB Jay Cutler will suit up this week following his Week 10 concussion, and this news bodes most positively for Bears WR Brandon Marshall. If there is one team that knows and understands the way to attack the base cover 2 that Minnesota will be employing, it is the Chicago Bears, who are the current NFL masters of the alignment on the defensive side of the ball..."

Film
Recommended
  June 9, 1995
"...CONGOD: Frank Marshall; with Dylan Walsh, Laura Linney, Ernie Hudson, Grant Heslov, Joe Don Baker, Tim Curry. Let's see; it's been a few hours since something was released with Michael Crichton's name attached to it..."

SXSW 2012 Film Lineup Announced
'21 Jump Street' selected as Centerpiece Film
DAILY Screens  February 1, 2012, by Kimberley Jones
"...Pilgrim Song Director: Martha Stephens, Screenwriters: Martha Stephens, Karrie Crouse A pink-slipped music teacher ponders his stalled relationship and place in the world during an arduous trek across Kentucky’s Sheltowee Trace Trail. Cast: Timothy Morton, Bryan Marshall, Karrie Crouse, Harrison Cole, Michael Abbott Jr..."

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