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  • Film Review: Donnie Yen leads an HK cavalcade of stars

    Film Review: Donnie Yen leads an HK cavalcade of stars
    Donnie Yen (“Iron Monkey,” “Ip Man”) now reigns as the top martial arts star in Hong Kong cinema. Since being discovered by Hollywood, Jackie Chan’s domestic output has slowed down. (Plus Jackie is now 61, and his stunt bravado is no longer so crazy.) Jet Li is nine years younger than Jackie, but his overall output (including the American “Expendables” series) has slowed even more.
  • Stage Review: A lyricist of note

    Stage Review: A lyricist of note
    Ira Gershwin, older brother of celebrated composer George, wasn’t one for the limelight, despite his Pulitzer Prize-winning, decades-long success as one of the pillars of the great American Songbook. In “Words By Ira Gershwin,” a...

    Film Review: 'Ex Machina' leaves its viewers wondering

    Film Review: 'Ex Machina' leaves its viewers wondering
    The idea of Man usurping the powers reserved for God (or the Gods, if you go back far enough) has always been a central theme in Western culture. The most sinful iterations of this are attempts to create life... from scratch rather than the old-...

    DVD Review: Criterion release focuses on Morris' early work

    DVD Review: Criterion release focuses on Morris' early work
    Documentarian Errol Morris may always remain best known for his third film, “The Thin Blue Line,” which actually saved the life of Randall Adams, an unjustly convicted man awaiting execution. Those whose exposure to Morris’ work is...

    Film Review: Levin's '5 to 7' doesn't always add up

    Film Review: Levin's '5 to 7' doesn't always add up
    Victor Levin’s “5 to 7” — written and directed by the TV veteran (“Mad Men,” “Mad About You”) — feels as though it was intended as a romantic comedy, and it certainly fulfills the promise of that...