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The only thing standing in the way of Forrest MacNeil is Forrest MacNeil.He could easily put an end to Review, the show that has single-handedly torn his life asunder. At the very least,...

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Movies of this stripe are bound to frustrate those anticipating conventional fantasy thrills, while hopefully providing the more abstract rewards of a speculative mood piece. Variety ...

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Locked away in Folsom State Prison, the tough, tattooed men seen in “The Work” are serving heavy-duty time, in some cases multiple life sentences, for violent crimes. Most will never be released, and...

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This is what people mean when they talk about “a Broadway show” — melodic songs, big, beautiful voices, a huge ensemble, full-scale pit orchestra, sumptuous production numbers, and the...

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You probably already know whether you like Miss Saigon, the pop-opera retread of Madama Butterfly set against the collapse of the American experiment in Vietnam. If you do like it, by...

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To twist a popular Twitter meme, life comes at you fast — and at the same time, slowly as molasses — in “Quest,” Jonathan Olshefski’s living, breathing, stunning documentary study...

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In the flood of spring TV options, it would be easy for “To Walk Invisible” to get lost. It shouldn’t be.  “To Walk Invisible” will no doubt be catnip to a few different subcategories of TV...

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If you happened to peer over Andy Daly’s shoulder recently as he edited a video of himself having sex with a Real Doll, rest assured. He was in character as professional critic Forrest...

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This low-key thriller is likely to reward more discriminating horror fans—while triggering the usual “Borrrrrrring” whines from others—for its emphasis on character and mystery over action. ...

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“Bill Nye: Science Guy” is an efficiently thought-provoking study of what it means to be a rational and analytical advocate for science in an age when deniers of evolution and climate-change often...