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  • Theater Review: 'Pygmalion' goes in search of subtext

    Theater Review: 'Pygmalion' goes in search of subtext
    “Pygmalion” was George Barnard Shaw’s unromantic basis for the romantic 1956 Lerner and Loewe musical, “My Fair Lady.” It starred Julie Andrews as Cockney guttersnipe Eliza and Rex Harrison as the phonetics professor, who, on a bet, schools Eliza into passing for one of the upper class. The musical was later incarnated, of course, as the frothy 1964 film classic with Harrison and Audrey Hepburn.
  • DVD Review: Viewing 'Interstellar' more stellar on video

    DVD Review: Viewing 'Interstellar' more stellar on video
    In the normal course of things, the more spectacular a film in the theater, the likelier the home video version will be a disappointment. In the case of Christopher Nolan's “Interstellar,” however, it's quite the opposite. I'm not even vaguely...

    Film Review: Lawrence and Cooper can't save 'Serena'

    Film Review: Lawrence and Cooper can't save 'Serena'
    At this exact moment in time, it's hard to imagine a film starring Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence getting only a token theatrical release after debuting on VOD. Are there any rising stars hotter? He starred in 2014’s highest grossing film (&...

    Film Review: Romantic drama '3 Hearts' trips over its tropes

    Film Review: Romantic drama '3 Hearts' trips over its tropes
    French director Benoit Jacquot is best known for such period dramas as “Tosca” (2001), “Deep in the Woods” (2010) and “Farewell My Queen” (2012), but there are times he goes modern, and his new “3 Hearts” is...

    DVD Review: New 'Witch' is a confusing brew

    DVD Review: New 'Witch' is a confusing brew
    This recent film from director Jacob Cheung (“Cageman”) is another adaptation of the book “Bai fa mo nu chuan” by prolific wuxia novelist Laing Yusheng. The title apparently translates as something like “White Hair Demon...