In his best screenplays, Graham Greene explored the idea of the protagonist as anti-hero well before it became a popular trope in the 1950s and ’60s.
Are people more desperate or deluded or have my own critical faculties narrowed and deteriorated?
The actors’ infectious energy and absolute dedication to imaginative play-acting help make Arabian Nights spellbinding.
With this excellent volume, Robert Tombs offers further proof that there should be no variance between good history and good writing.
Concussion butts heads with the NFL; Point Break is pointless.
The unimportance of being too earnest.
The Big Short is a deftly sardonic piece of doomsday economic diagnosis that is as entertaining as it is alarming.
Who would have guessed that a hunk of War and Peace could be such an enormous amount of fun?
A guide to the symbolic color odyssey that will keep you on your toes if you choose to see Carol more than once (and I’m thinking you will).
Boston’s visual art ethos has been painfully safe and systemically non-experimental. Thankfully, that is beginning to change.