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  • Q&A: 'Liberal Arts' star/writer/director Josh Radnor

    Q&A: 'Liberal Arts' star/writer/director Josh Radnor
    Asked what aspects of his “How I Met Your Mother” character he enjoyed exploring last season, Josh Radnor takes a mulligan. Outside of reconnecting with Victoria (Ashley Williams), Radnor can’t remember what happened to Ted.
  • 'Liberal Arts' review: A personal, thoughtful look at (post-) college life from Ted Mosby--I mean, Josh Radnor

    'Liberal Arts' review: A personal, thoughtful look at (post-) college life from Ted Mosby--I mean, Josh Radnor
    ***1/2 (out of four) The line between Josh Radnor and his “How I Met Your Mother” character Ted Mosby continues to disintegrate. In “Liberal Arts,” which marks a big step up from Radnor’s writing-directing debut “...

    'Darling Companion' review: Can't really blame the dog for running away

    'Darling Companion' review: Can't really blame the dog for running away
    ** (out of four) My wife and I just adopted my in-laws’ 7-year-old dog, an extremely lovable miniature dachshund named Rosie. I am exactly the right person to find warmth in “Darling Companion,” in which Beth (Diane Keaton) rescues a 7-...

    'The Cabin in the Woods' review: Close to geek paradise

    'The Cabin in the Woods' review: Close to geek paradise
    ***1/2 (out of four) Wow; the ending of “The Cabin in the Woods” rewards patience like few movies rarely do. The crazy, bloody sequence practically epitomizes “give the audience what they want.” And the fanboy contingent that...

    Navigating Cannes screenings a tricky task

    Navigating Cannes screenings a tricky task
    CANNES, France — Here’s why the world’s greatest film festival, the one on the Cote d’Azur, means something, and to some filmmakers means everything — even if a lot of the surrounding movies are lame. The other evening at...