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Charlie Chaplin, ‘House of Cards,’ and Bertolt Brecht’s Alienation Effect

Bertolt Brecht

Brecht's Alienation Effect took a different course after Hitler's rise to power. Spacey’s political drama is less about politics than about cold-blooded personal ambition. Read More »

Tribeca Film Festival: ‘Now in the Wings on a World Stage’

Sam Mendes of the Bridge Project, director of Richard III.

Now in the Wings on a World Stage is an amazing documentary about The Bridge Project Theatre's journey bringing Richard III starring Kevin Spacey to cities around the globe. It is a one-of-a-kind journal chronicling the transatlantic cast and crew of British and American actors as they bring a spectacular live theatrical experience to the world stage. Read More »

Will Netflix Change Television?

Netflix is now a competitor in premium content, and offers a non-traditional method of consumption. Read More »

TV Review: House of Cards – “Chapter One”/”Chapter Two”

Netflix unveils the future of television, with this dark, sometimes silly, anti-West Wing. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): Twelfth Night by Singapore Repertory Theatre

Despite the hot and humid night and chatty youngsters in the audience, SRT's Twelfth Night boasted of good acting and an amazing set that made for a magical Night! Read More »

DVD Review: Horrible Bosses

"Horrible Bosses" is a laugh-out-loud comedy about three men who drunkedly plan to kill off each other's bosses. Read More »

Movie Review: Moon – An Existential Sci-fi Thriller

Sam Rockwell clashes with himself, his company, and the crushing isolation of space in the 2009 film Moon. Read More »

Movie Review: Horrible Bosses

Not completely wish fulfillment per se, but completely hilarious for sure. Read More »

Movie Preview: July 2011

Summer finally starts firing on all cylinders. Read More »

DVD Review: The Murder of Mary Phagan

A very compelling historical tale. Read More »