Friday, April 24 2015
Harrison Ford's performance in this film about a woman who doesn't age foregrounds the consideration of time and desire, how each shapes the other, and how both affect imaginative horizons.
Instead of a potent post-war drama, first time director Russell Crowe gives us a jumbled, often incoherent attempt at an epic.
Wednesday, July 13 2011
This is not a romantic comedy as its trailer misleads; rather, it’s a drama that carries us through the defining moments that occur within nearly 40 years of the eponymous character’s life.
Monday, May 16 2011
Although The Other Woman has the potential to be socially relevant given today’s blended families, it doesn’t present anything new.
Wednesday, October 6 2010
Paul Murray's novel about tragedy, heartbreak, and quantum physics at an Irish private school is as snortingly funny as it is painfully poignant.
Monday, July 19 2010
Airing on BBC America later in the year, the BBC's recent dark crime series, Luther, deserves to do as well stateside as it's doing here in the UK.
Tuesday, July 6 2010
A collection of 200-plus years of writing about the American theatre betrays a clear preference for the past over the present.
Sunday, April 11 2010
Lincoln Heights distinguishes itself and hits its greatest strides when it explores the multiple conflicts experienced by its "do-gooders".
Wednesday, February 10 2010
New FOX series officially debuts Thursday, Feb. 11.
Friday, November 6 2009
Endgame crafts a crackling thriller out of the tangle of crafty maneuvering and happenstance that put a stop to South Africa's apartheid.