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"The Fourth Kind" is based on the true story of Dr. Abigail Tyler (Milla Jovovich), a physician who has been independently investigating a sting of unexplained murders and disappearances in her town of Nome, Alaska. The majority of her patients either refuse to talk about what they've seen or have no recollection of events, so she puts them through sleep hypnosis. While the process is somewhat successful it is also questionable: almost all of the patients experience some kind of physical trauma. In her pursuit for the truth, Tyler and her family are thrown headfirst into the abductions and her life quickly deteriorates into a cycle of misery. Almost all of this movie's strength comes from Osunsanmi's use of the original footage to compliment his Hollywood-infused dramatization of actual records. There are numerous scenes throughout the film, the majority of them being Dr. Tyler's interactions with her patients, in which Osunsanmi uses a split screen to compare the real Dr. Tyler's sessions with Jovovich's interpretations.
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Q. Thank you, Mr. President. I'll start on North Korea because that seems to be the biggest topic today. What does a proportional response look like to the Sony hack? And did Sony make the right decision in pulling the movie? Or does that set a dangerous precedent when faced with this kind of situation?
Again, this is part of the reason why it's going to be so important for Congress to work with us and get a actual bill passed that allows for the kind of information sharing we need. Because if we don't put in place the kind of architecture that can prevent these attacks from taking place, this is not just going to be affecting movies, this is going to be affecting our entire economy in ways that are extraordinarily significant.
This is a gem and the fact that it is not going to reopen is another nail in the coffin of what society is becoming around here.CineArts showed the types of movies that could not be found anywhere else. Unfortunately they did not change their titles often enough to make many of us go often. I can remember the same two films being shown for weeks. It was probably a case of the management decisions to make it an unattractive option, and that has to be part of the story.We are not all fans of the big blockbusters! Hopefully something can be salvaged and we can get our great movies shown here by a new management company.
This is the fourth time Palo Alto Square has attempted to eliminate a cinema at Palo Alto Square. The last three times, citizens intervened, reminding the city administration that a theatre is the only approved use of that space. The city council at the time, made it clear to Palo Alto Square owners, that no other use would be approved. I hope the current city council will also enforce the agreement approving the planned community status for Palo Alto Square, that included a movie theatre. My understanding is that the original developers offered to include a movie theatre as an inducement for the city council to approve the planned community exceptions to zoning. The city accepted that offer. There is no lack of clarity as to what is allowed in this space. There is only the city administration, which each time, has tried to allow the owners to evade their responsibility. This was not just a "map." It was explicitly included in the application for the planned community.I urge the city council to continue to enforce the agreement and not allow any other use of this space except as a movie theatre. The vast profits from this development certainly can afford a subsidy for this community benefit. There certainly isn't any other benefit from this development from the community. Why would anyone support allowing the latest owners of Palo Alto Square to evade the agreement? Surely they were aware of this agreement when they purchased the property.It's too bad that the city administration over and over again, has allowed Palo Alto Square to try to abrogate the agreement. It is too bad that Palo Alto Weekly has not done its due diligence to document the original agreement. All they have to do is check their own archives. We are fortunate that Palo Alto citizens remember the issues, and that the City Council has always responsibly required Palo Alto Square to fulfill its obligations.
I guess I too have finally gotten to the age when I can look back fondly at all the Palo Alto icons that have moved on since my childhood in Palo Also: The Varsity, the original Old Pro, Liddicoats, Don's Hobby Shop, Palo Alto Sport and Toy, Baskin-Robbins - the list goes on and on.Do I miss riding my bike to PA Square for a movie? Sure do - and all the other things we did "back in the day". But that's ok - now I make new memories with my teenage sons that they will look back on (hopefully) fondly - Little League games at HBP, fishing at Foothills Park, kite flying at Bedwell-Bayfront park, riding their bikes through downtown MP after school - all those good things that make Palo Alto and my "new" (well, 30 years new now) hometown Menlo Park so special and unique. We are fortunate to live here in California (even with the crazy liberal tilt), and even more blessed to live on the Peninsula, and oh-so-amazingly-lucky to be able to live in Menlo Park and Palo Alto. So, count your blessings if you are reading this from a home in PA or MP, pause for a moment of silence for CineArts, and go make some new memories with your family.