A dark, fragmented Euro-noir crime drama set in a crumbling English beach resort, "I Want You" is an ambitious idea that succeeds more as a stylistic exercise than as an involving, fully realized…
Clear away all the peripheral shenanigans from Gregg Allman's career and you end up with one of the finest blues voices to emerge from any of the blues-rock movements.
Despite the sophistication of Diana Krall's piano technique, her material and her act in general, one is struck by the directness of her playing and that of her expert side-men. She is most effective…
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Into the Storm3Daily:$2.1M Cumulative:$21.1M Warner Brothers / New Line 21.06%
The Louisville, Ky.-based acoustic rock band Days of the New is but the latest untested (though major label-funded) act to try to fill the commercial void left by an inactive but still viable…
One of the best parts of writer Les Thomas' three-hour tour of America in 1940 is host Charles Durning's thoughtful commentaries and reminiscences. Besides Durning's moving passages, a hat's off to…
Mark Rucker's production of "Our Town" begins a little ostentatiously, adding a layer or two of self-consciousness to a play that has just enough already. Rucker's concept is straightforward enough…
With his second film, a darkly comic psychological exploration of half a dozen urban dwellers in Vancouver, Canadian Bruce Sweeney emerges as a filmmaker to watch.
The idea of instilling Afro-Cuban music and folklore into Langston Hughes' short story of Harlem hucksters setting out to fleece gullible members of New York's Park Avenue society is clever enough…
A chilling, corrosive depiction of the banality of evil, Rowan Woods' powerful debut film essentially covers a 24-hour period as it depicts the events leading up to a never-seen, but evidently…
Though he is one of the last surviving bebop pioneers, Max Roach doesn't wear that honor on his sleeve, for he has always been restlessly pushing forward, exploring new concepts and formats.