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Jul 23OUR BODY at The Capitol District
Jul 23Various Locations
Jul 23Lewis Art Gallery
Jul 23Midtown Crossing at Turner Park
“Mission: Impossible — Fallout” comes to theaters Thursday night, and it is, by nearly all accounts, not only the best movie in the series but one of those insta-classic blockbusters (like “Dark Knight” or “Fury Road”) that only comes along every five summers or so.
Yeah, sure it’s been a fairly lackluster summer for the big movies (“M:I 6” and “Incredibles 2” excluded), but it’s also been one of the best summers I can remember for the smaller stuff. “Sorry to Bother You,” “Upgrade,” “Hereditary,” “The Rider,” “First Reformed,” “Leave No Trace,” “Three Identical Strangers,” “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?”: all good stuff, some great stuff.
Spoilers: It was Harold Lloyd.
Omaha native and Creighton Prep grad Nicholas D’Agosto has been working in movies and TV for nearly 20 years, getting his start as ethical committee chairman Larry Fouch in Alexander Payne’s 1999 comedy, “Election.”