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Theater Review (NYC-Off Broadway): Ingmar Bergman’s ‘Nora,’ Directed by Austin Pendleton

Andrea Cirie, Jean Lichty, George Morfogen, NORA, Cherry Lane Theatre, Austin Pendleton

Of what worth is a marriage, if its foundation is based on social pretensions and it is kept "alive" with hypocrisy and lies? Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Persona’ (1966) Criterion Collection


For anyone with an appreciation for film who has not seen 'Persona,' the new Criterion Collection Blu-ray edition is a must. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Wild Strawberries’ – The Criterion Collection


The Criterion Collection has given Wild Strawberries the treatment it deserves. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Fanny and Alexander – The Criterion Collection

Criterion makes the Blu-ray well worth the investment of time and money. Read More »

Movie Review: Ridley Scott’s Prometheus: Origin of the Species

Go see Prometheus and hold onto your popcorn; this film proves beyond a doubt that in space someone can definitely hear you scream. Read More »

DVD Review: Summer Interlude – The Criterion Collection

From director Ingmar Bergman comes a thoughtful tale of love and loss. Read More »

DVD Review: Summer With Monika – The Criterion Collection

Ingmar Bergman's low-key story of two young lovers shirking responsibility. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Summer Interlude – The Criterion Collection

A superb early work by Ingmar Bergman is given a gorgeous transfer — what’s not to like? Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Summer With Monika – The Criterion Collection

Bergman delivers a gently devastating contrast between the spontaneity of youthful romance and the commitment required for a lasting relationship. Read More »

DVD Review: The Magician (1958) – The Criterion Collection

Spiffy remastered version of Ingmar Bergman’s gothic entertainment elegantly showcases its moody b-&-w look. Read More »