Neither love nor hate make this "Romeo and Juliet" — the best so far of Kenneth Branagh's ongoing season of West End plays — but haste. The actor-manager and his co-director Rob Ashford can't quite…
At the end of "Incognito," a new play by Nick Payne ("Constellations") at Manhattan Theater Club, one line of dialogue jumps out: “There is nothing whatsoever remarkable about Albie’s [i.e., Albert…
Somebody should have warned Cirque du Soleil Theatrical that it would be an iffy business trying to bring Broadway to Broadway. “Paramour” is an ambitious departure from the company’s tried-and-true…
Actors are not like everyone else, and that assessment is both a compliment and a diagnosis in "The Dresser," a play by Ronald Harwood that has been turned into a claustrophobic but ultimately…
The documentary barely identifies the wealth of clips, editing them together to convey mood rather than acting as an informative consideration of the movement.
Duncan Jones' video game adaptation plunges headfirst into a fantasy realm teeming with mythical creatures, magical spells and exotically named characters and locations.
Hell looks a lot like New Orleans in director Rachel Chavkin’s stunning production of "Hadestown," singer-songwriter Anais Mitchell’s ravishing music-theater piece at New York Theater Workshop. This…
In this age of niche networks and splintered audiences, there's no controversy in noting that the updated version of the iconic "Roots" miniseries, simulcast May 30 on History, A&E, and Lifetime, is…
An understated yet compelling evocation of life under the Argentinian junta that chillingly captures the fear of one man forced into a moral dilemma.
Imagine "The Intouchables" with more romance and less chemistry, crossbred with a far tamer version of "Pretty Woman" so lacking in eroticism that its PG-13 rating seems unduly harsh, and you're…
It's created in a striking graphic style that is light years away from commercially popular 'tooning and one not usually sustained over a feature-length film.