David Kronke

Review: 'Wilco'

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Wilco's scheduled two-night stand at the House of Blues was cut short an evening by the death Monday of front man Jeff Tweedy's mother-in-law. The tragedy was not mentioned during the show, though…

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Review: 'Three Secrets'

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Robert Wise's obscurish 1950 melodrama, "Three Secrets," has been remade into a handsomely mounted but dramatically inert TV film about three very contemporary women who fear they may be the mother…

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Review: 'Love Songs'

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Charles Fuller, who won a Pulitzer Prize for drama for grappling with the moral complexities of "A Soldier's Play" (which was turned into the Oscar-nominated "A Soldier's Story" in 1984), contributes…

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Review: 'Durango'

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Stateside interest in all things Irish (the McCourt brothers' memoirs, National Book Award winner "Charming Billy," the Fox Searchlight hit "Waking Ned Devine," even the much-mocked "Riverdance")…

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Review: 'Dying to Live'

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Instead of investing time and money in "Dying to Live," couldn't UPN execs have simply licensed an airing of "Ghost," the movie it most obviously rips off? It may have cost a little more, but at…

Review: 'Cesar Rosas'

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Side projects from members of Los Lobos have been in steady supply this year, with Cesar Rosas pursuing the simple pleasures of regional roots rock, blues and soul on his solo album "Soul Disguise"…

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