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  • Capsule reviews of feature films

    ALOFT. 2 stars. A bleak and mystical and mystifying story about a mother (Jennifer Connelly), her two boys, a tragedy and a jump-in-time to 20 years later, when one of those sons (Cillian Murphy) is being interviewed by a documentarian (Melanie Laurent). She professes an interest in his work with falcons, but it's his estranged mother, now a famous artist and faith healer, who she really wants to meet. A reunion full of anguish and accusation could be in the offing. 1 hr. 37 R (profanity, sex, adult themes) Steven Rea
  • Film Review: Newest 'Bovary' takes conventional route

    Film Review: Newest 'Bovary' takes conventional route
    Ahhh! It seems like only yesterday that I reviewed an adaptation of Flaubert’s “Madame Bovary.” How our minds play tricks with the passage of time! Why, it was actually a whole three weeks ago that I wrote about Anne Fontaine’s...

    'Love & Mercy' gives Brian Wilson the spotlight in unconventional biopic

    If you know nothing about the Beach Boys' musical leader, Brian Wilson, some of the events in "Love & Mercy" will seem too outlandish to be true. His story is perfect for film – full of triumphs and tragedies, heroes and villains – and...

    Reel Critics: 'Love and Mercy' picking up good vibrations

    Sometimes genius has its downside, and nowhere is this more poignantly illustrated than in "Love and Mercy," an unusually constructed biopic of the Beach Boys' Brian Wilson. John Cusack gives a sweet, vulnerable performance as the reclusive Wilson of...

    Will smart-looking glasses do the trick for Rick Perry?

    Will smart-looking glasses do the trick for Rick Perry?
    There’s a moment in Season 8 of the HBO comedy “Curb Your Enthusiasm” when the character Larry David (played in duly neurotic and cantankerous fashion by the real Larry David) discovers the transformative power of eyeglasses. When his...