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2017 Fall Arts Guide

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  • 'Marshall' delivers the heroic bio-pic treatment Thurgood Marshall deserves

    'Marshall' delivers the heroic bio-pic treatment Thurgood Marshall deserves

    Don't look now, but Supreme Court justices are becoming popular culture avatars. First, Ruth Bader Ginsburg transmogrified into the Notorious RBG and now a magnetic Chadwick Boseman plays Thurgood Marshall as a confident and charismatic young attorney buff enough to be an action hero in the energetic...

  • Imagine 'Groundhog Day' with murder and a flawed victim who must save herself in 'Happy Death Day'

    Imagine 'Groundhog Day' with murder and a flawed victim who must save herself in 'Happy Death Day'

    “Happy Death Day,” the story of a woman caught in an endless loop of her own death, uses familiar elements from the horror genre — and the classic movie “Groundhog Day” — to deliver its scares with wit and a wink. It starts with Tree Gelbman (Jessica Rothe), a sorority sister in desperate need...

  • 'The Foreigner' review: Jackie Chan is a dad out for revenge

    'The Foreigner' review: Jackie Chan is a dad out for revenge

    Legendary action star and martial arts maestro Jackie Chan gets his "Taken" moment with the terrorism thriller "The Foreigner," written by David Marconi, directed by frequent Bond director Martin Campbell. Chan co-stars as a man seeking vengeance for the death of his daughter in a bloody London...

  • 'Lucky' review: Ode to Harry Dean Stanton

    'Lucky' review: Ode to Harry Dean Stanton

    Last month Harry Dean Stanton died at 91, after a lifetime of cigarettes, high living and supporting roles he managed to turn into leads while no one was looking. He played a mere two actual leads on film: first in director Wim Wenders’ “Paris, Texas,” and now, in his swan song, director John Carroll...

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