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  • Terminator: Genisys

    To call something "the best Terminator movie since Judgment Day" isn't quite high praise, considering how terrible Terminator 3 and Salvation were, but Alan Taylor's Terminator: Genisys nonetheless earns that distinction. Genisys begins with an often shot-for-shot recap of the opening of James Cameron's 1984 original, as Kyle Reese (Jai Courtney) More >>
  • The Third Man

    American pulp novelist Holly Martins (Joseph Cotten) finds himself summoned to divided postwar Vienna by his old chum Harry Lime (Orson Welles), who isn't there to greet him on account of just having been run over and killed in the More >>
  • Closer to God

    A fable about human cloning, Billy Senese's Closer to God turns into a horror movie in its third act, while the first two consider the moral implications and social impact of said horrors. Victor Reed (Jeremy Childs) is both a neglectful father More >>
  • Infinitely Polar Bear

    Set in the late 1970s, Maya Forbes' new movie stars Mark Ruffalo as a bipolar Boston dad who takes dubious custody of his two young daughters while their mom, played by Zoe Saldana, gets her MBA in New York. This More >>
  • A Little Chaos

    As California moves into a drought-friendly future of cactus-and-rock lawns — brown is the new green, y'all — director Alan Rickman's A Little Chaos is like a torrent of gardening porn, verdant and awash in millions of gallons of wasted water. Granted, More >>

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  • Permanent Residents

    San Francisco is not just skin deep to these folks — it's a permanent resident of their bodies and souls. They may be scattered far and wide — everywhere from Bernal Heights to Brooklyn, El Paso, Tokyo, and beyond — but the one thing these self-defined San Franciscans all share is a deep commitment to the city by the Bay.

    Interviewers: Matt Saincome, Julia Carrie Wong, and Peter Lawrence Kane

  • SF Pride Parade 2015
    A sea of spectators gathered along Market Street on Sunday, June 28 for the SF Pride Parade. Photographs by Calibree Photography.

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