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  • Broadway Review: 'Bullets Over Broadway'

    Everyone hoped "Bullets Over Broadway" would be the show to get those flickering Broadway lights blazing again. In certain wonderful ways -- Susan Stroman's happy-tappy dance rhythms, the dazzling design work on everything from proscenium curtain to wigs,...
  • Will Tony Love This 'Gentleman' In So-So Season?

    Will Tony Love This 'Gentleman' In So-So Season?
    It’s the final few weeks before the lackluster 2013-14 Broadway season and some folks in Hartford are taking an unusually high interest in the last few shows that are about to open. The reason is “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and...
  • 'Bullets Over Broadway' musical by Woody Allen opens in New York

    'Bullets Over Broadway' musical by Woody Allen opens in New York
    "Bullets Over Broadway," the new musical by Woody Allen that he adapted from his own 1994 movie, opened Thursday at the St. James Theatre in New York amid lingering media speculation surrounding the writer-director's personal life. Allen appeared on the...
  • 'Bullets Over Broadway' Opening: Don't Look for Zach Braff to Star in the 'Scrubs' Musical

    On Broadway, you can't throw an unusually opulent opening night party without people gossiping. Take the shindig for the musical "Bullets Over Broadway" after its April 10 opening: The rumor that night was that the event at Gotham's Metropolitan Museum of...
  • Obamas attend 'A Raisin in the Sun' starring Denzel Washington

    Obamas attend 'A Raisin in the Sun' starring Denzel Washington
    President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama took time Friday to attend the Broadway revival of "A Raisin in the Sun," starring Denzel Washington. Tickets to the play at New York's Ethel Barrymore Theatre have been selling out since the production...
  • Film Review: 'Blumenthal'

    The playwright Harold Blumenthal is already dead at the start of "Blumenthal," and so, for the most part, is the movie, a limp facsimile of a Woody Allen ensembler set in a familiar world of New York Jewish intellectuals -- minus only the wit, and the...
  • Film Reviews: Opening This Week (March 24-28, 2014)

    Noah (Paramount) Having made movies about obsessive characters looking for God -- or something like Him -- in the numerology of the Kabbalah ("Pi"), at the end of a heroin needle ("Requiem for a Dream"), and in the outer reaches of the galaxy ("The...
  • Richard Brick Dead at 68

    Richard Brick, a producer, Directors Guild of America official and former New York City Film Commissioner died Wednesday. He was 68. Brick worked on three Woody Allen movies -- "Celebrity," "Deconstructing Harry" and "Sweet and Lowdown" -- along with...
  • Appreciation: TrailBlazing D.P. Gordon Willis Didn't Suffer Fools Gladly

    With great risk often comes great reward. That's what the filmmakers behind such classics as "Citizen Kane," "The French Connection" and "The Godfather" -- three movies that challenged established modes of lighting, framing and perspective -- learned...
  • Film Review: 'A Million Ways to Die in the West'

    The saddles don't blaze in "A Million Ways to Die in the West," and the pacing is limper than a three-legged horse. In following up his 2012 smash "Ted" with a lavish comic western, Seth MacFarlane has delivered a flaccid all-star farce that's...
  • The Weinstein Co. and Sony Pictures Classics: A title bout

    The Weinstein Co. and Sony Pictures Classics: A title bout
    For decades, the Weinstein Co.'s Harvey Weinstein and the principals of Sony Pictures Classics, Tom Bernard and Michael Barker,‎ have competed for indie-film supremacy, each side laying claim to the prestige movies throne. That rivalry finds...