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Review: The Iron Lady
Meryl Streep's two films with Phyllida Lloyd, Mamma Mia and this silly biopic, demonstrate that even when the world's greatest actress is at the peak of her powers — whether dramatic, comic, or musical — it's not enough.
Streep's not enough to save this one
| January 13, 2012
Despite admirable wall-to-wall coverage from the national mainstream press and unusually in-depth reports from network television and cable, the Huffington Post has emerged as perhaps the single best go-to source for developing news and wide-ranging com
The Huffington Post owns Gulf coverage; plus, that Hitchens memoir
| June 04, 2010
Review: Red Riding
The '70s were ugly enough wherever you lived, but to judge from the three 2009 British TV movies adapted from David Peace's Red Riding quartet (each novel named after a year between 1974 and 1983 — 1977 somehow got lost in the shuffle), nowhere more
| February 19, 2010
The usually evenhanded if impassioned David Hare in The Secret Rapture , a 20-year-old play being urgently, elegiacally revived by Trinity Repertory Company.
Trinity uncovers Hare's Secret Rapture
| March 10, 2009
Review: Secret Rapture
Art is artifice, as we all accept. But sometimes it's hard for artists to take a deep breath and skillfully apply more of the latter to amplify the former.
Trinity can't rescue Hare's play
| March 04, 2009
The Secret Rapture at Trinity Repertory Company
David Hare's The Secret Rapture , which Trinity Repertory Company is presenting through March 29.
Trinity's Rapture spans the compassion spectrum
| February 24, 2009
Majoring and minering in theater
The re-enactment is part community therapy, part exorcism; the resulting video is tense and visceral and heartbreaking.
'The World as a Stage' at the ICA
| February 05, 2008
I’ll never shake the sense memory of that numbed shiver.
Why is our worst national nightmare so misunderstood?
| December 31, 2007
The three-week getaway at Swift Nature Camp is definitely idyllic.
An idyllic Summercamp!, a brutal This Is England
| August 07, 2007
Presidential tote board: The Republicans
With all the press coverage of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama you’d think we have a one-party political system heading into next fall’s presidential election.
Setting the odds for 2008
| March 08, 2007
Akira the Don
This debut full-length from the only known Dalí-moustache-sporting Welsh MC is predictably volatile and refreshingly honest.
When We Were Young | Sic
| February 26, 2007
Kofi Annan’s would-be successors
Au revoir, Kofi Annan. Your term as United Nations secretary-general may run through this year, but you’re as good as gone.
Who ’ s got next?
| July 26, 2006
Madonna, Lynne Cheney, and Ray Romano have all written children’s books, why not rising British literary star David Mitchell?
David Mitchell’s belated bildungsroman
| April 13, 2006
The more things change, the more that people and their flaws can be seen to stay the same.
The Gamm’s splendid Top Girls
| March 29, 2006
Q&A: Billy Bragg
MICHAEL ALAN GOLDBERG: Thanks for taking the time to chat. How are you?
MICHAEL ALAN GOLDBERG
| March 16, 2006
Less is Moore
NEW YORK — Natalie Portman says she’s a big fan of V for Vendetta , the 1980s comic by Alan Moore and David Lloyd that is the source of her new movie.
Vendetta ’s perilous journey from comics to film
| March 14, 2006
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