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‘Waiting for Godot’: Absurdity, time and ‘entertainment’

‘Waiting for Godot’: Absurdity, time and ‘entertainment’

An air of the eerily bizarre hangs upon the stage with the beginning of Gare St. […]

REVIEW: The Fratellis sell out Paradise Rock Club with spunky, garage rock

When The Fratellis took the stage at the Paradise Rock Club Sunday night, it had been […]

REVIEW: Arcade Fire’s “Reflektor” defined by incoherence

It’s very difficult to criticize Arcade Fire, a band that quietly and gracefully became the official […]

REVIEW: ‘Diana’ poorly portrays Princess Diana’s real life story

Creators of biographical films, or “biopics,” are often faced with two overarching circumstances: the vast potential […]

REVIEW: “Visually stunning” Ender’s Game is a sci-fi worth seeing

Few things are as wholly satisfying as a big-budget sci-fi movie done right, and Gavin Hood’s […]

In Remorse and Redemption, 12 Years a Slave Proves Masterful

Directors who strive to project the most impactful films on cinema screens face a quandary. While […]

REVIEW: Of Montreal creates ‘paradise for the weirdo’ for Halloween

“It’s time to welcome to the stage the only man born of penis, not vagina,” Of […]

REVIEW: House of Blues gets ‘Aokified’

REVIEW: House of Blues gets ‘Aokified’

There are certain elements that characterize any rave, regardless of who is playing it —overwhelmingly loud […]

INTERVIEW: Colin Mochrie of Whose Line Is It Anyway?

INTERVIEW: Colin Mochrie of Whose Line Is It Anyway?

Canadian comedian Colin Mochrie is best known for being a member of the seminal improvisation television […]

Adam Devine keeps the party going with new show

Adam Devine keeps the party going with new show

When Adam Devine was a senior in high school, his parents went away for a weekend. […]