Sci-Fi Rod Lott
Cinema’s current master of disaster, Roland Emmerich (2012), produced but did not write or direct Hell, a post- apocalyptic film smaller in scope than what the man is used to, yet better crafted.
Comedy Rod Lott
All but dead, the drive-in movie once was at the forefront of
entertainment, as American as baseball, apple pie and Chevrolet. I can’t
think of a film that bottles that nostalgia better than Drive-In, an obscure comedy worth hunting down.
Dispatches from the May 20 tornado reveal the character of a community
News Tim Farley, Louis Fowler, Peter Wright and Phil Bacharach
The afternoon of May 20, on a neighborhood street west of the Moore
Medical Center, the Stephens family — Greg, Lynda and 19-year-old
daughter Deanna — prepared to take shelter from the tornado. They headed
into an underground storm shelter in their backyard, joined by their
two dogs and two next-door neighbors.
Action Rod Lott
I have no idea how South Korea was able to get away with not calling The Tower a remake of 1974’s The Towering Inferno.
What's important is that it has; this is a terrific disaster epic that
marries the gargantuan concepts of the Irwin Allen era with today’s
Eclectic Zach Hale
Now in its fourth season, the Lower Bricktown Live outdoor summer
concert series has serenaded Bricktown patrons with live performances by
some of the metro’s most admired musicians. The free event has risen
steadily in popularity, offering a glimpse of our city’s ever-budding
arts scene and an opportunity to enjoy a night on the town while
supporting local artists.
OKG7 things to do Gazette staff
Unfortunately, the pets that disappeared in May’s severe weather outbreak were not performing magic tricks. But world-renowned illusionist and Norman native Rob Lake will at Magic for Moore, a performance benefitting local animal-rescue charities Friends for Folks and Second Chance. The show is at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Norman’s Nancy O’Brian Center for the Performing Arts, 1809 N. Stubbeman. Tickets are $10-$35. Visit roblake.com.