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Daily Archives: February 3, 2015
“Outcast” is what happens when stunt men direct. The fights are marvelously choreographed, the swordplay splendid and the bloody body count high in director Nicholas Powell’s Middle East/Far East quest tale. The script? Derivative, dim and dull. The performances? Not … Continue reading
A lovely new ballet is followed from creation to rehearsals to opening night in “Ballet 422,” a documentary that celebrates the rising star that is choreographer/dancer Justin Peck. It’s an intimate movie, with the camera so close it’s as if … Continue reading
A good screen romance frustrates us, throws up comical or tragic obstacles that keep the lovers apart, and then provides a lovely release when those obstacles are surmounted. But “Love, Rosie” overdoes that. It would be a maddening experience thanks … Continue reading