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One of America’s great songwriters, Ricky Ian Gordon composes theatrical songs in the accessible style of Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim, and he’s written them for Broadway singers like Audra McDonald and Kristin Ch...
At Gallery 414, Ian O’Brien’s multimedia installation imagines the artist as the sole inhabitant (wearing various guises) in a town of his own creation. Meanwhile, Angel Cabrales views society through a consumerist ...
A decent British heist film tells the true story of the robbers who pulled off The Bank Job.
The Bank Job has nothing to do with the 2003 version of The Italian Job, even though both movies feature Jason Statham.
Even with great performances and direction, Cassandra’s Dream still takes on water.
The word has been atypically slow getting out about Woody Allen’s latest thriller Cassandra’s Dream.
With his solid leads, overall bluesy feel, and the ability to wring sincerity from every note, guitarist and singer-songwriter Ian Moore ain’t your dad’s Ian Moore.
A new actor and an old outlook help 007 regain his mojo in Casino Royale.
There hasn’t been a good new James Bond picture in two decades.
Hollywood has been remaking Japanese horror flicks for some years now, and quite frankly I’m amazed that the movies haven’t been screwed up in the translation. Hideo Nakata’s The Ring Two has been the only out-and-out fai...