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  • DVD review: Highsmith steals a part of your life with 'Purple Noon'

    DVD review: Highsmith steals a part of your life with 'Purple Noon'
    Some 40 years before Matt Damon played the title character in Anthony Minghella's “The Talented Mr. Ripley,” Alain Delon played the same role in Rene Clement's 1960 “Purple Noon,” adapted from the same novel by Patricia Highsmith (“Strangers on a Train,” “The Cry of the Owl”).
  • Gift finds the real people beneath 'Vigils' blunt symbols

    Gift finds the real people beneath 'Vigils' blunt symbols
    Any theater company can make you fall in love again with a play you adore. The real mark for creative moxie is whether they can breathe life into a script that felt DOA the first time you saw it. When I saw Noah Haidle's portrait of a young, benumbed...

    'Margaret' review: An enthralling, choppy, two-and-a-half-hour drama from 2005

    'Margaret' review: An enthralling, choppy, two-and-a-half-hour drama from 2005
    *** (out of four) A good way to tell when a movie’s been on the shelf for a while: when it’s set in the present and characters go to a theater where “Roll Bounce” and “Flightplan” are playing. Held since 2005 due to...

    Book review: 'The Cat's Table' by Michael Ondaatje

    Book review: 'The Cat's Table' by Michael Ondaatje
    The Cat's Table A Novel Michael Ondaatje Alfred A. Knopf: 269 pp., $26 Michael Ondaatje is a quiet writer. He's certainly equal to grand, sweeping, historical subjects — civil war in Sri Lanka, the closing days of World War II — but the...

    Sony Pictures' dynamic duo splits up as top executive exits

     
    And then there was one. In a move that surprised Hollywood, Columbia Pictures' long-running tag team of production heads Doug Belgrad and Matt Tolmach is breaking up. Tolmach, who has served as co-president of Sony's Columbia label for the last...