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Keanu Reeves, directed by two stuntmen, leads an all-star cast in a refreshingly straight-up, chin-out, no-punches-pulled action flick.
Keaton, who not-so-coincidentally played Tim Burton’s “Batman,” is back as an actor swooping around the line between art, commerce, sanity and fantasy.
David Ayer directs a dark World War II epic about a tank crew uttering a book full of clichés, but he’s treading in fields patrolled by better filmmakers.
Don’t expect the J Mascis of Dinosaur Jr. to take the stage Saturday at The Sinclair. This headliner is the guy behind the softer, more subdued “Tied to a Star” solo album.
There’s $45,000 at stake, last year split between 26 musicians chosen out of 300 applicants with projects ranging from new dobros and albums to entire community projects.
Self-described Arlington girl Julia Halperin brings her foodie flick “Now, Forager” to the Somerville Theater, and Cuisine en Locale transforms it into dinner.
GoreFest, ImprovBoston’s 12-year Halloween tradition, brings backs its “Gruesome Tale of Penny Dreadful” for eight shows starting Oct. 23.
As pat and predictable as “The Judge” is, it does offer vast thespian space for lion-like Duvall to plays off of Downey Jr.’s smooth, witty snark, and the pair could elevate any venture.
This year’s Honk! street music festival include 29 bands from as far as Moscow, Paris, New Orleans and Los Alamos, and organizers are adding a “Day of Action” Friday in Boston.
Kat Edmonson brings her timeless, quirky music to town. If you hear it without knowing the source, you’d think you were hearing a tune from the ’60s.