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  • Review: 'Heaven Is for Real' soars best when grounded in earthly life

    Review: 'Heaven Is for Real' soars best when grounded in earthly life
    Conviction is the word that keeps coming to mind in watching "Heaven Is for Real," the latest faith-based film to debut this Passover-Easter season. It is there in Todd Burpo's story of his 4-year-old son's near-death experience, which the Nebraska...
  • Review: In 'Dancing in Jaffa,' steps toward understanding

    Review: In 'Dancing in Jaffa,' steps toward understanding
    Grass roots Middle East diplomacy takes the unlikely form of rumba lessons in "Dancing in Jaffa," a documentary that doesn't force-feed its message of hope but genuinely earns it. Director Hilla Medalia follows Palestine-born, U.S.-based dance...
  • James Franco, Michelle Williams and Co. get the Broadway bug

    James Franco, Michelle Williams and Co. get the Broadway bug
    NEW YORK — This Tony season, an unprecedented number of movie and Hollywood stars under 40 are hitting Broadway for the first time. "Scrubs'" Zach Braff just made his debut in Susan Stroman's staging of Woody Allen's comedy-musical "Bullets Over...
  • Review: 'Fray' stands at, and deserves, attention

     Review: 'Fray' stands at, and deserves, attention
    The thought of another movie about a war veteran readjusting to civilian life may elicit a feeling that you've been there and done that, but give "Fray" a chance. It's a stirring and involving character study that may not cover much new ground but still...
  • Review: 'Antboy' packs power into a pint-sized superhero tale

    Review: 'Antboy' packs power into a pint-sized superhero tale
    Take off your thinking cap and simply enjoy the mini-pleasures of "Antboy." This fantastical story of 12-year-old Pelle (Oscar Dietz), who goes from zero to superhero after being bitten by a genetically modified ant, should delight kids and adults alike....
  • Michael Lewis' 'Flash Boys' focuses on Wall Street computer scheme

    Michael Lewis' 'Flash Boys' focuses on Wall Street computer scheme
    There's something delightfully strange and counterintuitive about the way time operates in the opening chapters of Michael Lewis' new book, "Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt." Lewis describes a new kind of Wall Street gold rush. In the entirely...
  • Review: 'Fargo' blazes a dark new trail on TV

    Review: 'Fargo' blazes a dark new trail on TV
    The Coen brothers' 1996 comedy-noir masterpiece "Fargo" wasn't so much a movie as it was a cultural event — you remember where you were when you first saw it. That endless yet claustrophobic snow scape, the anxious narcissism of William H. Macy's...
  • Review: David Crosby revisits rock history at the Troubadour

    Review: David Crosby revisits rock history at the Troubadour
    When David Crosby wrote “Déjà Vu,” the song that would become the title track for the 1970 debut by rock supergroup Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, it was a meditation on recurrence. When Crosby sang on stage Monday night at the Troubadour...
  • Review: 'Proxy' a compelling look at darker side of parenting

     Review: 'Proxy' a compelling look at darker side of parenting
    The privileges and pathologies of motherhood are the subject of "Proxy," Zack Parker's fascinating, unnerving and endlessly unpredictable thriller. Two grieving mothers meet at a support group: doe-like Esther (Alexia Rasmussen), who was brutally...
  • Review: '13 Sins' doesn't quite cut it as a 'Saw' remake

     Review: '13 Sins' doesn't quite cut it as a 'Saw' remake
    A "Saw" knockoff without the torture porn, "13 Sins" features a Jigsaw-like master of ceremonies who calls up desperate participants and entices them with cash rewards for the completion of 13 tasks with varying degrees of severity. Downtrodden...
  • Review: Ken Burns' 'The Address' shows boys memorizing Lincoln's words

    Review: Ken Burns' 'The Address' shows boys memorizing Lincoln's words
    Ken Burns' new documentary, "The Address," which premieres Tuesday on PBS, is not at all what we have come to think of as a Ken Burns film. There are no celebrity voices reading documents of the dead; no narrator reading the words of Geoffrey C. Ward;...