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The Oscars: Argo's golden fleece
The situation may reshuffle by the Oscar broadcast on February 24, but I doubt it. After being snubbed in the Best Director category, Argo has won every award since.
| February 22, 2013
Shot in sepia tints, with detailed period sets and ornate facial hair, the tableaux vivants that constitute Steven Spielberg's wry hagiography resemble Mathew Brady daguerreotypes, and are about as lively.
| November 09, 2012
Ten fall film releases
Unlike his debut feature, In Bruges, the title of prolific playwright and filmmaker Martin McDonagh's hilarious, ingenious, and sneakily profound second movie, Seven Psychopaths, gives you a good idea of what you're in for.
| September 21, 2012
High rolling at Quonset Point; faux news; Rhody’s reelin’ and rockin’
Boisterous GOP state Representative Joe Trillo has found a new cause to bloviate about: the "world-class casino" he is promoting, not very successfully, for Quonset Point.
No free drinks
PHILLIPE AND JORGE
| January 13, 2012
The deCordova thinks about ''murals''
In "Wall Works" at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, curatorial fellow Lexi Lee Sullivan attempts to corral a trend in art today that spans graffiti and interior decoration.
Off the Wall
| July 22, 2011
DeCordova looks ahead with Andy Goldsworth and Ursula von Rydingsvard
Goldsworthy straddles land art and environmental art.
| June 03, 2011
Review: The Conspirator
Robert Redford's The Conspirator draws parallels between the extra-constitutional methods applied then to protect the country from possible terrorism and those employed in today's War against Terror.
Redford doesn't do justice to his theme
| April 15, 2011
Cambridge author Caleb Neelon traces graffiti's hidden history
'TAKI 183' SPAWNS PEN PALS, announced the headline in the July 21, 1971, New York Times .
It was written
| April 01, 2011
Review: The Lincoln Lawyer
As nondescript as its title, Brad Furman's slick legal mystery, adapted from a Michael Connelly novel, plays like an above-average TV pilot until it gets greedy and runs 20 minutes too long, with a few too many endings.
Slick legal mystery plays like an above-average TV crime show pilot
| March 18, 2011
B-52s at Twin River
I love the fact that in their graying years, the B-52s are respected enough to still bring the arty party vibe to places like Twin...
| August 04, 2009
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