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“The Gentlemen,” the new gangster picture from Guy Ritchie, offers a disastrous attempt to get back to the comic nihilism of “Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels” and “Snatch.”

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TROY — The Photography Center of the Capital District celebrates Black History Month with an exhibition of arts and photographs selected from the PhotoCenter archives with additional photos by Carrie Brown, Bernice Green and Robert Cooper. Vintage native sculptures and masks from western Afr…

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Taika Waititi’s “JoJo Rabbit” (nominated for several Academy Awards and reissued to theaters) is about the comically warped adventures of a 10-year-old Nazi and his imaginary friend, a fellow named Adolf Hitler.

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SUMMARY: Performances by Tony Award-winning actress Celia Keenan-Bolger, the Grammy Award-nominated vocal ensemble New York Polyphony, and members of the Hudson Valley Philharmonic will highlight Vassar College’s 18th Annual Modfest, a medley of music, film, dance, and art opening January 30…

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James Glaisher is a shy, uptight scientist. Amelia Rennes is a flamboyant daredevil aviatrix. Together, they inhabit the basket of a hot air balloon at an altitude of about 40,000 feet. It’s unbearably cold and terrifyingly dangerous.

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WINDHAM — On Jan. 11, from 5-7 p.m., Windham Fine Arts will host the opening reception for its newest exhibition, “Embracing Winter Blues,” which will explore all the ranges and emotions of the color blue in a diverse group show featuring new and old artists alike.