World War II


Review: 'Dear World'


Betty Buckley is easily the best thing about the show's belated U.K. preem, in which helmer-choreographer Gillian Lynne fails to steady the show's fatal vacillations between sledgehammer corporate…

  • TV

Review: 'Upstairs Downstairs'


Returning for an expanded six-episode run, "Masterpiece Classic's" reboot of "Upstairs Downstairs" yields some genuine surprises and a rich historical backdrop, set against the tensions surrounding…

  • Film

Review: 'Lore'


Told through the eyes of a Nazi-indoctrinated teenager leading her siblings on a trek to promised safety in the immediate aftermath of World War II, "Lore" offers a fresh, intimate and mostly…

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