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Review: ‘Cinnamon’

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A meddlesome moppet helps her granny recover her cooking mojo in "Cinnamon," a Mexican culinary film whose dramatization of the battle between traditional recipes and finicky nouvelle cuisine is…

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Study: Cable industry fumbled VOD

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New research hammers the cable industry for fumbling VOD badly enough to miss out on billions in ad revenue and paving the way for the emergence of over-the-top alternatives like Netflix.

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Robert Page Jones dies at 81

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Robert Page Jones, writer and exec producer of "Kings of the Evening" (2010), died from complications of cancer in La Jolla, Calif., on Feb. 22. He was 81.

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Review: ‘Two Little Boys’

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The title of the 1993-set kiwi bromance "Two Little Boys" is a good indication of its level of humor, which is so juvenile and obvious the only period-appropriate thing missing is a laugh track.

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Review: ‘The Crown Jewels’

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Following the intersecting fates of two families -- one rich, the other poor -- that welcome babies on the same day, fanciful Swedish tale "The Crown Jewels" is an exercise in fabulism that fails to…

Winter lull for Broadway

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Broadway suffered its worst week since the first week of 2012, with overall Rialto box office tumbling more than $3.4 million and attendance down by nearly 25,000, despite the addition of two new…

Kagan, Brown tip ‘Tuck’ for Boston

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Broadway vets Howard Kagan ("The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess") and Barry Brown ("La Cage aux Folles") are teaming up with mega-production house Broadway Across America ("How to Succeed in Business…

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Fisher Klingenstein lands ‘OC87’

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Fisher Klingenstein Films has acquired mental-health documentary "OC87: The Obsessive Compulsive, Major Depression, Bipolar, Asperger's Movie" with an opening set for New York City on May 25 with a…

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