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American Indian actors quit Sandler movie over 'Ridiculous' names

A group of American Indian actors walked off the set of an Adam Sandler movie this week over complaints about stereotypes, offensive names and scenes they say disrespected Native American religious practices.

Academy Award favorites highlight upcoming Mendocino Film Fest

The 10th annual event featuring nearly 70 films runs May 22-31.

Roxy Stadium 14 movie house offers anniversary snack specials

To mark its 15th year in downtown Santa Rosa, Roxy offers 15-cent popcorn, 15-cent sodas, April 25-26.

‘Merchants of Doubt’ will get you mad

The documentary by Robert Kenner takes up where the 2006 global warming tutorial 'An Inconvenient Truth' left off.

‘Ex Machina’ a chilling tale

The first directing effort by the Alex Garland, the writer-producer of '28 Days Later,' is a cautionary tale about digitally surrendered privacy and submission to Big Tech.

'Age of Adaline' a love story for the ages

The former 'Gossip Girl' star shines in her latest.

Little works in ‘Desert Dancer’

Frieda Pinto's latest is emotionally underwhelming.

‘Batman vs. Superman’ trailer hits the Internet

Watch the first official trailer for the hotly anticipated 'Batman vs. Superman,' set for release in 2016, here.

Even kids won’t laugh at ‘Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2’

The latest from Kevin James falls very, very flat.

Extras needed for movie shoot at SRJC

Some 1,500 extras are needed for a film being shot at the SRJC this weekend, produced by Petaluma native Ali Afshar.

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