You'll believe a man can fly -- and is mostly worth watching
Today the tireless Nick Pinkerton is back with a look at the fascinating -- and hard-to-Google -- No. em>No Directed by Pablo Larrain Screens Friday, Oct. 12th at 9:00 p.m. and Saturday, Oct. 13th at 3:00 p.m. Against Argo's opening weekend, the NYFF has (one imagines, unconsciously) counter-prog ... More >>
A production of the late Ira Levin's mystery play Deathtrap won't return to the L.A. Gay and Lesbian Center after all because Levin's three sons, who control his estate, didn't like two things about the production: 1) The nudity. (The aspiring writer character, named Clifford, disrobed at one poin ... More >>
Almost two years ago, I walked into our conference room here at the Voice, and was startled to see Manu standing there. If you're as much a Julie Delpy fan as I am and couldn't get enough of her directorial debut, 2007's 2 Days in Paris, you might understand my thrill. "Manu" -- goofball, womanize ... More >>
Push Girls is the Sundance Channel's new reality show about four ladies in wheelchairs who support each other through their ordeals and who prove to be powerful and personable and not defined by their disabilities.
Talking with the smart Jeff Daniels and plotting our Tonys revenge.
That's the message of this week's column, in which Jeff Daniels--currently in the rom-com The Answer Man--tells me that when he worked with Jack ages ago in Terms of Endearment, he was amazed to learn that the superstar isn't always the answer man himself. Daniels also tells me about whether he's g ... More >>
In honor of Michael Jackson, we're raiding our archives. Here's Greg Tate on what's wrong with Michael Jackson in 1987. It ran side by side with a piece on the same topic by Guy Trebay. I'm White! By Greg Tate September 22, 1987 There are other ways to read Michael Jackson's blanched skin and di ... More >>
There's a Dark Night curse going on, and not just for those who shell out $12 to see it. It seems as if virtually everyone who's in the thing is finding themselves in some unsavory scrape with either the law or oblivion, maybe because they all participated in one sequel too many. I was totally ahead ... More >>
Love that cape, Batman!
Clumsy, junky, and totally redundant, Kevin Smith's recycling effort fails to register
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