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'Ain't Them Bodies Saints' Review: Moving Story Of Ill-Fated Love Ain't Them Bodies Saints' presence on screen feels like a short story - narrow and deep, rather than broad and shallow. It tells an easily framed saga about a young couple torn apart when their criminal activity sends one to prison and the other home to raise their child alone.
'Equals' Tribeca Review: A Simple Love Story With Powerhouse Performances is not another young adult utopian/dystopian movie. I would argue that it's not - primarily at least - intended for young adults. And it's far less about the utopian world within which it exists. More than anything, Equals is a simple love story on amphetamines.
'And The Mountains Echoed' By Khaled Hosseini Book Review: A Brilliant Novel Woven As A Quilt Khaled Hosseini's And The Mountains Echoed, his third novel, hit bookshelves last week. His first published work in three years, it manages to eclipse his first two brilliant literary efforts with a story that spans the globe in a multi-generational narrative of family and all of its physical and emotional branches.
'Snowpiercer' Review: Chris Evans Shows Range In Inventive Dystopian Drama Snowpiercer, starring Chris Evans as the reluctant leader of a rebellion, imagines a post apocalyptic dystopian future that - despite some glaring impossibilities - could be the smartest and most thought provoking that the popular genre has provided as of yet.
'Contemporary Color' Tribeca Review: David Byrne Orchestrates Inspiring Collaborations Between Musicians & Color Guard Teams Contemporary Color is the brainchild of Talking Heads frontman David Byrne. In the past, Byrne has used his dexterous musical genius to develop collaborations with the likes of Brian Eno, Selena, Fatboy Slim and St.
'Closed Circuit' Movie Review: Rebecca Hall Is The Thrill-less Action Film'™s Saving Grace Closed Circuit wanted very much to be a blockbuster legal thriller - the good kind - where there's just the right amount of high-stakes intensity, accurate legalese and star power with, of course, a dash of romance.
Dito Montiel directed Robin Williams in his final film, Boulevard, which explores with nuance what happens when a gay man in his twilight years finally decides there's no other choice but to come out. In Boulevard, Williams' character Nolan is married - if not happily - to his soulmate Joy ( Kathy Baker).
January Jones stars alongside Ethan Hawke and Zoe Kravitz in Andrew Niccol's new film Good Kill, which takes a look behind the scenes of the United States' drone program. Jones plays Molly Egan in Good Kill, the wife of Hawke's Major Tommy Egan, a disenchanted remote drone pilot who desperately wants to get back to flying in a cockpit in the Middle East.
Meg Ryan is making her directorial debut with the coming-of-age drama Ithaca, based on William Saroyan's 1943 novel The Human Comedy. Meg Ryan On 'Ithaca' Ithaca is set during World War II in upstate New York, where 14-year-old Homer Macauley (Alex Neustaedter) works as a telegraph messenger while his older brother is off at war.
Sergei Polunin, the talented Ukrainian-born dancer, has been dubbed the best male dancer of his generation, but almost walked away from dance for good in a journey that's captured in the documentary Dancer. Sergei Polunin Video Exclusive: 'Dancer,' 'Take Me To Church' Polunin has been dancing since he was four years old.
Patricia Velasquez, the Latina actress and former supermodel, stars in Fina Torres' new film, Liz in September, based on the iconic lesbian play Last Summer at Bluefish Cove.
John Magaro stars in Woody Allen's new Amazon series Crisis in Six Scenes alongside Miley Cyrus and Rachel Brosnahan. John Magaro Exclusive Magaro's character Alan in Crisis in Six Scenes is staying with family friends Sidney and Kay Munsinger (Allen and Elaine May) while getting his MBA at Columbia University.
Anthony Weiner, the disgraced New York politician, is embroiled in a new sexting scandal that involves a 15-year-old girl. Anthony Weiner Allegedly Sexts 15-Year-Old Weiner, 52, allegedly carried on a sexting relationship with an unnamed 15-year-old, who spoke to the U.K.'s Daily Mail. The sophomore in high school claimed to the publication that her conversations with ...
Khizr Khan's son Humayun Khan, a Muslim American who served as a captain in the U.S. Army, was killed in Iraq in 2004. At the Democratic National Convention Thursday night, Khan made a passionate case against Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. Khizr Khan Argues Against Trump Before Khan and his wife approached the podium, a ...
Brad Pitt, following wife Angelina Jolie's divorce filing, could face an investigation on allegations of child abuse. Brad Pitt Child Abuse Allegations After news broke that Jolie was seeking to divorce Pitt after just two years of marriage, it was reported that the reason for divorce had to do with how Pitt was parenting their ...
The Charlotte Police Department has released a pair of videos of the fatal shooting of Keith Scott by a police officer. Keith Scott Shooting Video Scott was shot and killed on Sept. 20. According to police, they were at an apartment complex parking lot when Scott pulled in with his vehicle.
Pepe the Frog, an Internet meme born back in 2005, has been designated a hate symbol due to its proliferation in anti-Semitic online circles. Pepe The Frog Hate Symbol The Anti-Defamation League announced Wednesday that Pepe the Frog had been added to the database of hate symbols, as the meme character has been repeatedly depicted as Adolf ...
Katie Couric is named in a defamation lawsuit filed by a Virginia gun rights group that is alleging that the Under the Gun documentary was edited to show them in a negative light. Katie Couric Sued Couric is being sued alongside Under the Gun director Stephanie Soechtig, Atlas films and Epix.