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Artists left few surfaces untouched Saturday at Arts in the Park 2013.
One critic calls the plot "clunky," while another says the film eclipses its 2009 predecessor.
Arts in the Park festival returns Saturday, and SculpTour 2013 also debuts.
The venerable facility is hosting a two-day benefit event that's also about entertainment.
Series kicks off Saturday, May 25, with 'Brave' on a 55-foot screen at Village Amphitheatre.
The third run of the outdoor art exhibit officially rolls out May 18.
Critics describe the adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel as "frenzied," "audacious" and "relentlessly entertaining."
Drivin' N Cryin' leads off the lineup at Peachtree Point Amphitheater on May 11.
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