Month: July 2017

LADY MACBETH film review

– By Cate Marquis –   Director William Oldroyd’s LADY MACBETH is not Shakespeare but it is certainly Shakespearean in its bloody mix of murder and sex. The story is not about Shakespeare’s murderously ambitious character but is based on a 19th century Russian novel, “Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District” by Nikolai Leskov, inspired…

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ATOMIC BLONDE film review (Mark Glass)

  – By Mark Glass – There’s a guy named David Leitch who’s been a stunt man on over 80 action flicks; shared directing duties on a slew of others including JOHN WICK, JURASSIC WORLD, two Ninja Turtle films, and other major horror, sci-fi and comedy fare; even more noteworthy, he’s been given the helm…

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MAMMA MIA musical theater review

MAMMA MIA! gives long-running tour a fine send off at Fox – By Cate Marquis –   The spandex and ABBA’s ’70s pop songs take the stage one more time for Mamma Mia’s farewell tour, at the Fox Theater, July 28 – 30. The hit musical has been touring for 15 years, and even has…

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