In one of the many interrogation scenes of “Law Abiding Citizen,” Jamie Foxx peers into Gerard Butler’s jail cell and ...
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The best of cinema is combined with the best of the stage to produce a rare hybrid—an epic battle of human proportions.
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On the webpage where Michael Moore’s latest film, “Slacker Uprising,” is available for free download, Moore writes, “I’m giving you
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There is a moment at the conclusion of “Let’s Get Lost,” Bruce Weber’s 1988 documentary, when legendary jazz trumpeter Chet
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“As a kid, I wanted to be an actor, an astronaut, or an anthropologist,” muses Mira Sorvino ’90. “I think