Jarmusch's undead know how to live.
Jennifer Lawrence is both on fire and in the process of becoming, and it’s magnificent to watch.
Two new plays from Lincoln Center Theater
John Guare's A Free Man of Color
Brigitte LacombeGourmet may be dead and buried, but last night's party at A Voce Columbus for Ruth Reichl's Adventures With Ruth didn't feel like much of a wake -- as guests knocked back wine and uni crostini, the deceased was barely mentioned. Reichl, accompanied by the show's executive prod ... More >>
The importance of being Sasha Fierce
As per usual, the Globes went for any movie personality who's famous (Brangelina, Tom Cruise, etc.) and with only a few exceptions dissed actual actors who aren't enormous stars. Uninvited from the buffet table were such underpublicized critical darlings as:
Kingsley Amis once wrote that those readers who disapprove of James Bond make Ian Fleming's super spy "sound like a systematic onslaught on everything decent and sensible in modern life." Amis, a Bond enthusiast who authored his own 007 novel under the pseudonym Robert Markham, rejected the idea tha ... More >>
Neither shaken nor stirred
But at this point, who cares? (Other than Josh Brolin.)
Finally, a real Jason Statham movie
The circus of the '60s, from the streets to the courtroom
Traffic writer's slick oil thriller oozes with intrigue but crams too much into its drum
Have son, will travel: Murray's sad-sack Don Juan stoically confronts the autumnal dead end
Something Was Missing in the Theater This YearDid Anybody Notice?
New York Theater Folks Gaze Back at the Off-Broadway Year
The 47th Annual Obie Awards
Stage Acting Versus NYCs Hollywood High
Don Cheadle and Jeffrey Wright, the Battling Brothers of Topdog/Underdog
A rundown of the season's movies handpicked for their potential wondrousness or probable woefulness.