- Arts + Culture
Kendall Square Cinemas is approved to stay open until 2:30 a.m. on weekends, taking advantage of new late-night hours for the T.
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.
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.
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.
The number of big bank branches in city squares could be frozen at current levels in Central, Harvard and Kendall squares.
The Dante Alighieri Society of Massachusetts’ free weekend lecture is particularly on point: It explores the moral systems of Dante and Dickens.
Danish director Lars von Trier saves his best for last, at least in his two-part flick about a woman with an insatiable sexual appetite and repugnant personal conduct.
What Director Diego Luna and star Michael Pena get wrong is being passive about a labor leader who led with passive resistance.
Danish director Lars von Trier has always been a puckish provocateur, but he’s told stories of morbid sexuality before with far more nuance.