Before you read this item, folks, let me just remind you that in most of the U.S., the year is still 2006. According to the Associated Press, with no warning or explanation, a Salt Lake City movie theater owned by Utah Jazz mogul Larry Miller decided against allowing Brokeback Mountain to unspool there. (Yeah, like there's really any explanation for that decision needed.) Sadly, this will cost the film's overall box-office tally more than $8.50.
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