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Review: Killer Joe

Review: Killer Joe

Matthew McConaughey's comeback tour may have peaked with his title role in this Southern-fried screwball noir.
William Friedkin adapts the play by Tracy Letts
By JAKE MULLIGAN  |  August 10, 2012

Review: The Town

There’s an episode in Chuck Hogan’s Prince of Thieves that I was sure Ben Affleck was going to include in his adaptation of the novel.
Ben Affleck is a criminal genius. Bank on it.
By PETER KEOUGH  |  September 17, 2010
Miriam, Karen, Stephaine, Marina

Miriam, Karen, Stephaine, Marina

Miriam Moser, chef and barista

We spotted her at Shecky’s Girls Night Out at the BCA.
She had us stopped in our tracks because her colors were just eye-catching enough to stand out in a crowd without careening into obnoxious.
She put together her look with a skirt and a shirt from Gap, H&M tights, a belt and shoes from Banana Republic, a scarf and a hair accessory bought in England, and a Marc by Marc Jacobs bag.
She describes her style as minimalist with a touch of floral.
Her favorite Boston shopping haunts: Suneri, French Connection, and secondhand stores on Newbury Street
Her best deal of the sale season: red suede shoes from French Connection marked down from $180 to $30

By Stuff Boston  |  March 20, 2009

William Friedkin at the Harvard Film Archive

However we may still praise, and therefore bury, the American New Wave, we do still run the genuine risk of slipping down the wormhole slicked by present-moment techno obsessions and amnesiac entertainment-media narcissism.
William Friedkin, the New Hollywood’s most daring pulp-realist provocateur.
By MICHAEL ATKINSON  |  February 10, 2009

Hot ash: Gray jeans

We’re tired of black jeans: they stir up memories of emo concerts and scrawny college boys with smaller pants than us. And white jeans? You...
By webteam  |  July 24, 2008