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This slight romance is lacking in Woody Allen’s usual zing – and Colin Firth and great cinematography can’t fix that.
It’s a clichéd premise, but director Rob Reiner and his cast play up the comedy on what could have been a flat, Lifetime weepy, making it an intermittent joy.
Phillip Seymour Hoffman left us far too early, but “A Most Wanted Man” is a fitting farewell – maybe not top-shelf John le Carré, but Hoffman at his finest.
The current “Twelfth Night” is a perfectly pleasant way to lounge on Boston’s lawn, especially for free. But it has a couple of smallish problems.
Porter Square is losing a Rosie’s Bakery and gaining Bagelsaurus and its handmade bagels, which have been called the best in Boston.
The six-year-old Discovery Ensemble chamber orchestra was shut down Wednesday by its board of directors, citing increasing difficulties in finding funding.
The second of four free concerts in the City of Cambridge Danehy Park Concert Series is 6 p.m. Tuesday at Danehy Park.
The annual Taste of Cambridge, which brings together tastings of goods from more than 100 city food and drink sellers, is 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday.
The film’s a pleaser and works seamlessly as a prequel and sequel. Nothing to go ape about, but a good way to cool your heels in the heat.
More than 200 people gathered at University Park Common to watch the Germany beat Argentina in the once-every-four-years World Cup Final.