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Theater Review (NYC): ‘The Designated Mourner’ by Wallace Shawn

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Is it any wonder when a solipsistic artists' colony succumbs to a brutal totalitarian power? Shawn's play delves into the lives and deaths of an ineffective highbrow class. Read More »

Movie Review: Admission

Has its moments, but doesn't live up to Fey or Rudd's comedic standards. Read More »

TV Review: The Good Wife – “Runnin’ with the Devil”

Alicia hardens her armor against her job's moral ambiguities in an exceptionally tense episode. Read More »

DVD Review: Family Guy Volume Ten

Family Guy Volume Ten finished off the ninth season, which is only mediocre in quality. Read More »

DVD Review: Vanya on 42nd Street – The Criterion Collection

Louis Malle's last film is an absolute gem. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Vanya on 42nd Street – The Criterion Collection

Louis Malle's final film, a staging of Chekhov's Uncle Vanya, is an intimate and fascinating work. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘Marie and Bruce’ by Wallace Shawn, with Marisa Tomei

All the screen star's formidable skill and almost palpable intelligence can't rescue this bloated, aimless play. Read More »

TV Review: Community – “Critical Film Studies”

Community delivered something something special, (WATCH COUGAR TOWN!), pop culture references overshadowed by philosophical debate. Read More »

DVD Review: The Windmill Movie

Do you have to be present during the creation of your autobiography? Read More »

Book Review: Essays by Wallace Shawn

Wallace Shawn's careful and not-so-careful considerations. Read More »