Subtract the kidnapping, and "Labor Day" depicts the most romantic long weekend a divorced hausfrau could hope for, as a swarthy stranger waltzes into her life, passing the time by fixing her car…
State Of Mind
Series creator and exec producer Matt Weiner says Draper's emotional journey was the key storytelling element when he mapped out the season.
A competently acted, technically adequate Cliff Notes take on Faulkner's tale of dirt-poor Missippi folk in mourning.
When the Brooklyn Academy of Music recently organized a series of iconic movies set in this outer borough, it was no surprise that writer-director Noah Baumbach's "The Squid and the Whale" featured…
The National Theater of Scotland’s production of “Macbeth,” starring Alan Cumming, opened on Broadway April 21. The following is Mark Fisher’s original review (June 18, 2012) of the show’s initial…
A fine performance by Peter Bogdanovich lends some — but not nearly enough — vitality to this middling dysfunctional-family dramedy.
Weekend box office was inevitably going to trail last year's "Hunger Games" high. But new entries "The Croods" and "Olympus Has Fallen," especially, prevented totals from falling too far behind 2012…
Cheerfully smashing perceptions of North Korea as a shuttered nation, "Comrade Kim Goes Flying" proves that cooperation with the West really is possible, at least in cinema. A candy-hued throwback to…
Rap titan Jay-Z and the publishing roster of his company Roc Nation have signed a global publishing administration deal with Warner Music Group's pubbery Warner/Chappell.
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