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  • ‘The Good Place’ pulled off an ambitious twist last season. Can it keep viewers guessing?

    ‘The Good Place’ pulled off an ambitious twist last season. Can it keep viewers guessing?

    Having an outsider on the set of “The Good Place” requires some stealth coordination and, well, some spoiler-free props. It’s mid-August on the NBCUniversal lot, and production on the show’s second season is nearing the finish line. To say that creator Mike Schur is taking the cloak-and-dagger...

  • Thursday's TV highlights: 'Gotham' on Fox

    Thursday's TV highlights: 'Gotham' on Fox

    SERIES Gotham The fourth season begins as Penguin’s (Robin Lord Taylor) new blueprint for crime in the city hits some snags, while Gordon (Ben McKenzie) suspects that clues left at several robberies show that Jonathan Crane (guest star Charlie Tahan) has returned. David Mazouz, Donal Logue...

  • Swampy crime drama '1 Buck' sinks fast

    Swampy crime drama '1 Buck' sinks fast

    The low-budget indie “1 Buck” is a conceit in search of a meaningful story, a potential statement film manifested as a blood-on-the-bayou crime drama. The result is a dreary journey through sordid territory as a killer slices up a string of small-town Louisiana women. French-born writer-director...

  • In tense times, Godspeed You! Black Emperor sounds hopeful on 'Luciferian Towers'

    In tense times, Godspeed You! Black Emperor sounds hopeful on 'Luciferian Towers'

    In some ways, Godspeed You! Black Emperor and 2017 were made for each other. On the one hand, the Canadian agit-rock instrumental collective has decried rampant capitalism, the military industrial complex and what it considers a crumbling world since its 1998 debut, “F#A# (Infinity),” opened with...

  • Latin American cinema culture is celebrated in a new PST: LA/LA series

    Latin American cinema culture is celebrated in a new PST: LA/LA series

    The theaters had wonderful, even poetic names: the Azteca, the Teatro Electrico, the Mayan, the California, the Roosevelt, the Mason and the Million Dollar. But though many of them have disappeared, the films they specialized in for decades are, "Brigadoon" style, making a surprising comeback in...

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