Opening

91% Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes Jul 11
100% Boyhood Jul 11
15% Rage Jul 11
21% A Long Way Down Jul 11
—— The Class Of '92 Jul 08

Top Box Office

17% Transformers: Age of Extinction $37.1M
23% Tammy $21.6M
85% 22 Jump Street $9.8M
31% Deliver Us from Evil $9.7M
92% How to Train Your Dragon 2 $9.0M
48% Earth to Echo $8.4M
49% Maleficent $6.2M
53% Jersey Boys $5.2M
24% Think Like a Man Too $4.9M
90% Edge of Tomorrow $3.7M

Coming Soon

—— The Purge: Anarchy Jul 18
—— Sex Tape Jul 18
36% Wish I Was Here Jul 18
—— Hercules Jul 25
—— Lucy Jul 25

New Episodes Tonight

90% Almost Royal: Season 1
56% The Assets: Season 1
58% Bad Teacher: Season 1
44% Power: Season 1

Discuss Last Night's Shows

—— The Almighty Johnsons: Season 3
61% Crossbones: Season 1
—— Hemlock Grove: Season 2
82% Girl Meets World: Season 1
—— The Legend of Korra: Season 3

Certified Fresh TV

—— 24: Live Another Day: Season 9
84% Extant: Season 1
79% Halt and Catch Fire: Season 1
73% Murder in the First: Season 1
97% Orange is the New Black: Season 2
97% Orphan Black: Season 2
79% Penny Dreadful: Season 1
84% Welcome to Sweden: Season 1

Kamp Katrina Reviews

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July 20, 2008
An intriguing documentary based on the horror show Katrina created out of New Orleans. Ms. Pearl is a terribly eccentric, interesting woman and we see her and her husband trying to help their city recover from it's disaster one person at a time.
JVerite
April 30, 2010
Assembled from over 300 hours of footage, this is a dark and depressingly dreary offering to the gods of dankness. The rays of light were edited out of the story - a nearby artist, and a two month visitor to the camp who quickly realized the nasty subtext that was evolving. The result is a film work of chaos, sadness, spiralling losses, the habitual nastiness overwhelms the few portrayed moments of tenderness.
You may like this film if you like anything that is doggedly determined to challenge "preconceived Hollywood conventions". Imagine watching, neutrally uncaring, as a group of people slowly drown... oh well,
Ultimately, this work reinforces the most negative stereotypes about NOLA - a place of endemic sin, evil, and hopelessness; forget all notions about New Orleans as a light-hearted, fun, or healthy place, with fascinating history.
If cinema verite for you means promoting a shade of truth that tries too hard to be what Spielberg, et al is not - this dystopic story is a success - utterly lacking in mature subtlety or careful humor
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