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2008 at the Movies: The Best and the Worst

There were some great movies this year - but not necessarily the ones getting all the awards. Read More »

Movie Review: Milk

An exhilarating and intensely moving biography of a gay rights hero featuring Sean Penn in a galvanizing performance. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Hair in Central Park

"The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical" returns to work magic under the stars in Central Park. Read More »

Movie Reviews: The 2008 New Directors/New Films Festival

Four excellent movies that played at this indispensable annual look at new cinema talent. Read More »

Movie Review: Atonement

A wonderful first hour, great performances, beautiful images - but a deeply flawed movie. Read More »

2007 at the Movies: A Look Back

24 good reasons to go to the movies (or rent them for home viewing) this year Read More »

No Country for Old Men and There Will Be Blood Defeated by Pretension

The two most-awarded movies of 2007 are both well-made disappointments. Read More »

Concert Review: Sufjan Stevens Premieres The BQE in New York

Sufjan introduced a new orchestral work in Brooklyn last week - but the real treats came later, in his song set. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Young Frankenstein

Though it's overdone in nearly every way imaginable, there's still much fun to be had in Mel Brooks's latest Broadway extravaganza. Read More »

Movie Review: The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford

Brilliantly directed and acted, this excellent movie is being unjustly ignored by audiences Read More »