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Webcast: Best, worst movies of 2015

 

On this week's half-hour webcast, "Behind the Headlines," film critic Peter Canavese of the Palo Alto Weekly and Groucho Reviews joins Weekly reporter Gennady Sheyner to revisit the highs, the lows and other notable cinematic moments.

Watch this week's webcast here.

Webcasts are posted every Friday afternoon on PaloAltoOnline.com, as well as on Palo Alto Online's YouTube channel, youtube.com/paweekly.

Check out previous weeks' episodes:

Behind the Headlines: 2015 Year in Review

Behind the Headlines: Inside Palo Alto's Emergency Center

Behind the Headlines: Undisclosed new-school proposal, groundwater pumping

Behind the Headlines: Buena Vista owner sues City, New plans for public-safety center

Behind the Headlines: Palo Alto Fire Department changes

Behind the Headlines: Midtown bicycle paths, Transgender youth

Behind the Headlines: New school proposed for Palo Alto

Behind the Headlines: Tension within governing boards

Behind the Headlines: Affordable housing; Transportation initiatives

Behind the Headlines: Paly teacher investigation

Behind the Headlines: Stanford students' activism against sexual assault

Behind the Headlines: Preserving retail, capping office development

Behind the Headlines: Transportation tax, Fiber to the Premise

Behind the Headlines: Fall Arts Preview

Behind the Headlines: Police conduct on campuses, new parkland

Behind the Headlines: Minimum wage, airplane noise

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