'The Last Christeros'

Review: ‘The Last Christeros’

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The final days of a band of 1930s Christian rebels in the central Mexican wilderness are depicted with majestic stoicism in Matias Meyer's elegant ode to independence, "The Last Christeros."

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Review: ‘Hollywood Talkies’

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The early sound period in Hollywood, when nervous studios made multi-lingo versions of their pics to ensure continued worldwide markets, is one of the most fascinating and least studied moments in…

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Review: ‘The Field of Enchantment’

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Gallic biologists-cum-filmmakers Claude Nuridsany and Marie Perennou put life in and around a French pond under the microscope in "The Field of Enchantment," their latest glossy cute-critters docu…

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Review: ‘Boardwalk Empire’

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Alcohol is the mood-enhancer of choice, but I confess to blasting through the first half-dozen episodes of "Boardwalk Empire's" second season as if they were crack cocaine.

Foster up for more ‘Anything’

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The Roundabout Theater Company's Broadway revival of "Anything Goes" has lined up another multi-month extension, with topliner Sutton Foster signed on to stick with the show for the duration.

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