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Trollope’s “The Warden”

A moral crisis goes post-moral in this 1855 novel Read More »

Lear in the Berkshires

A night of tough love with Shakespeare & Co. in Lenox Read More »

The Bad Guide to Vienna

Everything about Vienna except what you need to know Read More »

Bulletproof Monk

When the stunts are all faked, what's left except the popcorn? Read More »

Star Trek: Numbesis

All the thrills of Flash Gordon Read More »

100 Poets against the War

Free anthology pits poets against the war. Read More »

Not Much About Schmidt

The critics are gaga, but they loved "American Beauty" too Read More »

Les Diaboliques

Still devilish after 48 years Read More »

Adaptation: An Imperfect Vacuum

Adaptation is about nothing but whether its screen writer and director, Charlie Kaufman and Spike Jonze, can top themselves. They don’t. The last time out, the pair created Being John Malkovich, a self-consciously bizarre tale that played with paradoxes of identity the way scifi plays with paradoxes of time travel: suppose you could experience John Malkovich without being John Malkovich. ... Read More »

Bowling for Columbine: Stunt Righteousness

Michael Moore's latest is both incoherent and 100% necessary Read More »