- Arts + Culture
This post-World War II tale is one long therapy session revolving around a struggle with PTSD. Director Jonathan Teplitzky needed to bring a little more nuance.
Clover Food Lab is hosting CSA signups Thursday, putting together locals who want to join a farmshare and reps from six Massachusetts farms.
A step into politics by Russian violinist and conductor Vladimir Spivakov has drawn protests and a boycott for his stop at Harvard’s Sanders Theatre.
Anyone who worried Taco Bells and 99-cent value menus would invade Kendall Square will be relieved – and a bit hungry – to hear the next candidate.
The actors are fine, but the drama of the real draft deserves better. Next time producer/director Ivan Reitman should draft a better team of writers.
This character study leads with a character so all over the road you might never think you know him – and that road is a rough ride.
If you always thought Jude Law was a neat, buttoned-down lad, his Cockney gangster in “Dom Hemingway” will change your mind, or maybe break your legs.
Jonathan Glazer purportedly spent nearly a decade trying to bring Michel Faber’s otherworldly novel to the screen. The wait is well worth it.
Disney’s “Pirates of the Caribbean” ride is not the origin of what we saw in the “Pirates of the Caribbean” movies. So stop saying it.
The Dante Alighieri Society of Massachusetts’ free weekend lecture is particularly on point: It explores the moral systems of Dante and Dickens.