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  • James Garner was the perfect fit in 'Rockford Files'

    If all famous lives come down in the end to the lead sentence in an obituary, James Garner was put on Earth to play Jim Rockford, the life-sized private eye hero of "The Rockford Files." There was more to it, of course, before and after, on big screen and small. (You may remember him most fondly from "The Great Escape," "The Americanization of Emily," "Grand Prix," "Support Your Local Sheriff," "Murphy's Romance" or "Nichols," his little-seen early-modern TV western -- there are plenty of options, including a series of Polaroid commercials with Mariette Hartley.) But if that were all, it would be enough.
  • Tony Awards 2014: 'Gentleman's Guide' shows big rewards in risk-taking

    Tony Awards 2014: 'Gentleman's Guide' shows big rewards in risk-taking
    "A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder," the musical with no marquee names or obvious marketing hook, won big at the Tony Awards on Sunday night, proving that a droll Edwardian tale of homicide, a few murderously clever patter songs and the killingly funny...

    Tony Awards 2014: A few rays of sunshine in a mostly cloudy Broadway season

    The Tony Awards will be handed out Sunday, and the safe money is on "A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder" for best musical and "All the Way" for best play. But nothing is guaranteed in a Broadway season as patchy as this one. There's a fair chance that...

    For a monster, 'Godzilla' plays it a little too cool

    It's the big lizard, stupid. I say that because someone's clearly lost sight of the obvious when the no-name monsters get more screen time in "Godzilla" than the main attraction. Forgotten is the primary reason we show up in such massive numbers —...

    'Godzilla' is poetry in commotion

    'Godzilla' is poetry in commotion
    *** (out of four) I’m not a fan of Mumford and Sons, but I mean this as a compliment: “Godzilla” is a good use of that band’s formula. The movie establishes restraint and adds nice texture throughout, building steadily. Not until...