Making a delicious song 'n' dance -- literally -- out of attitudes to class, gender, sex and patriotism, Peter Nichols' 1977 "Privates on Parade" is set in a troupe entertaining British troops in…
From "Heidi" and "Harold and Maude" to Takeshi Kitano's "Kikujiro," there's been no shortage of odd couplings of the very young and very old.
Boston Red Sox owner John Henry and wife Linda Pizzuti Henry have signed on as investors to "Lucky Them," the indie film being exec produced by Joanne Woodward.
Writers-directors Burke and Eyal show a genuine gift for visual storytelling and emotional catharsis.
Miniseries seems weighed down by an obvious desire to trumpet its importance in all caps.
The ghosts of great plays and legendary actors hover uneasily over "Home," David Storey's elegy for lost lives amid a lost country that is aging as painfully as its central characters. Its 1970…
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