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  • Daniel Radcliffe sprouts 'Horns,' enters the supernatural

    Daniel Radcliffe sprouts 'Horns,' enters the supernatural
    Out to lunch, over the top and tongue-in-cheek are just a few ways to describe the eclectic, eccentric horror fable "Horns." But above all, this largely effective thriller, directed by Alexandre Aja ("High Tension," "Mirrors") and written by Keith Bunin...
  • Review: 'Hellaware'

    Review: 'Hellaware'
    Pretentious art world trendies and posturing rap-rock nonentities collide in writer-director Michael M. Bilandic's "Hellaware," a microbudget indie best described as the cinematic equivalent of a modestly amusing shaggy-dog story that meanders toward a...
  • 'Before I Go to Sleep' is a load of hooey

    'Before I Go to Sleep' is a load of hooey
    ** stars (out of four) A sheep in wolf’s clothing, “Before I Go to Sleep” is only as good as its mystery, which is bollocks. Sure, it constructs a puzzle for your mind, but after the pieces are in place you only focus on the holes that...
  • Review: 'Bitter Honey'

    Review: 'Bitter Honey'
    UCLA anthropologist Robert Lemelson's portrait of polygamous families is more "60 Minutes" than "Sister Wives." An expose and call for social reform in Bali, the film reveals no all-for-one camaraderie, and few creature comforts, for women in so-called...
  • Review: 'Harmontown'

    Review: 'Harmontown'
    Much better known than most sitcom writers, partly for the wrong reasons — notably his frequent clashes with co-workers and resultant firings — Dan Harmon has a die-hard fanbase from NBC's "Community," which at one point was saved from the...
  • Review: 'E-Team'

    Review: 'E-Team'
    The valiant and vital work of four globe-trotting human rights activists is expertly illuminated in "E-Team," a dynamic and immersive piece of you-are-there verite. Risking life and limb to investigate atrocities in Syria and Libya and bring them to the...
  • Review: 'Citizenfour'

    Review: 'Citizenfour'
    A cool, steady stream of anxiety, Laura Poitras' documentary "Citizenfour" draws from the visual language and buggy paranoia of the best-known 1970s political thrillers: "The Conversation," "The Parallax View," "Three Days of the Condor," "All the...
  • 'The McCarthys' do Boston Irish reasonably proud, and funny

    'The McCarthys' do Boston Irish reasonably proud, and funny
    In "The McCarthys," a multi-camera sitcom premiering Thursday on CBS — where the multi-camera sitcom has always had a home — Tyler Ritter plays Ronny, the black-sheep son of a close-knit Boston family. By black sheep, I mean that, unlike his...
  • REVIEW: 'The King and I' at the Marriott Theatre

     REVIEW: 'The King and I' at the Marriott Theatre
    A fresh and welcome wind is blowing up the Malay Peninsula — well, across the Marriott Lincolnshire golf course, at least — with the famed suburban theater's very fine new production of "The King and I," the debut at that locale of the...
  • Review: 'Hiroshima Mon Amour'

    Review: 'Hiroshima Mon Amour'
    The unnamed actress, a melancholy wren of a woman played by Emmanuelle Riva, has come to the notorious Japanese island, 12 years after the war, to make "a film about peace." This is what she says to her newfound Japanese architect lover, portrayed by Eiji...
  • Finding the horror in David Lynch's cryptic masterpiece

    Finding the horror in David Lynch's cryptic masterpiece
    A year ago, on the Vulture page of New York magazine, film critics David Edelstein and Bilge Ebiri picked their favorite horror films since Stanley Kubrick's "The Shining," i.e., since 1980. Their list included such underseen and welcome titles as "The...