‘Disco Pigs’ review: Enda Walsh breakout play at Irish Rep

‘Disco Pigs’ review: Enda Walsh breakout play at Irish Rep

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‘Disco Pigs’ review: Enda Walsh breakout play at Irish Rep
Irish playwright Enda Walsh’s breakthrough play still jolts in a 20th anniversary revival from London. Related
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‘Juliet, Naked’ Review: Apatow-Produced Crowd-Pleaser Scores with Notes on Music Fandom, Second Chances [Sundance]

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‘Juliet, Naked’ Review: Apatow-Produced Crowd-Pleaser Scores with Notes on Music Fandom, Second Chances [Sundance]
If there’s one popular writer who knows his way around stories of shaky romance and an almost unhealthy obsession with music, it’s Nick Hornby. So it should come as no surprise that Juliet, Naked – the latest film adaptation from the author of the source material behind High Fidelity and About A Boy – is replete with heartbreak, […]
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Sundance Film Review: ‘This Is Home’

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Sundance Film Review: ‘This Is Home’
There has been such a massive influx of Syria-themed documentaries in recent years that it could be easy for festival audiences and critics alike to feel, if not jaded, at least a little weary: The war and its ensuing refugee crisis may be the most urgent international humanitarian cause of our age, but hasn’t the […]
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‘The Tale’ Review: This Brave & Heartrending Story Couldn’t Be More Important or Timely [Sundance]

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‘The Tale’ Review: This Brave & Heartrending Story Couldn’t Be More Important or Timely [Sundance]
Hollywood is reeling from outing sexual predators who have been hiding in plain sight for years, even decades. These revelations have sparked the imperative #MeToo movement, inspiring countless women to share the stories of sexual abuse and harassment that they’ve either repressed or suppressed. Director Jennifer Fox is one of those women, and she tells […]
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Sundance Film Review: ‘The Tale’

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Sundance Film Review: ‘The Tale’
Thirty years ago, Jennifer Fox won the grand jury prize at the 1998 Sundance Film Festival for her documentary “Beirut: The Last Home Movie,” engaging with sex-positive and progressively feminist topics in her subsequent nonfiction work, most notably “Flying: Confessions of a Free Woman.” Both a natural extension of Fox’s career to date and a […]
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'The Crown': Paul Bettany Near Deal to Play Prince Philip

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'The Crown': Paul Bettany Near Deal to Play Prince Philip
Olivia Colman is set to take on the role of Queen Elizabeth II when the show returns. read more Related
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Ed Sheeran is engaged to girlfriend Cherry Seaborn

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Ed Sheeran is engaged to girlfriend Cherry Seaborn
Ed Sheeran found the “Perfect” woman to spend the rest of his life with. Related
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Rapper Fredo Santana dead at 27

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Rapper Fredo Santana dead at 27
Chicago rapper Fredo Santana died on Friday after suffering from a seizure. Related
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Sundance Film Review: ‘Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot’

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Sundance Film Review: ‘Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot’
Twenty years ago, Robin Williams approached director Gus Van Sant about developing irreverent Portland cartoonist John Callahan’s memoir, “Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot,” with the intention of playing its author — a quadriplegic skirt-chaser, wheelchair racer, born-again bastard, tactlessly un-P.C. disaster — in what sounds like it would have been a wild, […]
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JAY-Z will be the first guest on CNN’s new ‘The Van Jones Show’

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JAY-Z will be the first guest on CNN’s new ‘The Van Jones Show’
“The Van Jones Show” is starting off in a star-studded way. Related
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Migos rapper Offset responds to backlash over homophobic lyrics

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Migos rapper Offset responds to backlash over homophobic lyrics
Raindrop, drop top, homophobe rapping should stop-stop. Related
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Sundance Film Review: ‘Private Life’

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Sundance Film Review: ‘Private Life’
Rachel (Kathryn Hahn) and Richard (Paul Giamatti), the beleaguered bohemian-geek couple at the center of “Private Life,” have been trying, through fertility treatments, to get pregnant for years. The movie, written and directed by Tamara Jenkins, is a comedy of fragile hopes and frayed nerves: the story of how these two attempt to have a […]
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Grammys to pay tribute to victims killed at live music events

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Grammys to pay tribute to victims killed at live music events
The tribute will feature a performance by country artists Eric Church, Maren Morris and Brothers Osbourne Related
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Dolly Parton earns two Guinness World Records

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Dolly Parton earns two Guinness World Records
Dolly Parton is now the best in the world — twice. Related
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Kodak Black arrested in Florida for drug, gun charges

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Kodak Black arrested in Florida for drug, gun charges
Kodak Black was arrested late Thursday in south Florida on seven felony counts. Related
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Fans flood Rihanna’s Instagram after Embiid named All-Star

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Fans flood Rihanna’s Instagram after Embiid named All-Star
Joel Embiid no longer needs to put it any more work, work, work, work, work, work. Related
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Paula Abdul’s mother Lorraine dies at 85

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Paula Abdul’s mother Lorraine dies at 85
She reportedly passed away Sunday in California. Related
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Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan’s boyfriend mourns her death

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Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan’s boyfriend mourns her death
Her untimely death left Olé Koretsky with a broken heart. Related
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Palm Springs Film Review: ‘The Gold Seekers’

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Palm Springs Film Review: ‘The Gold Seekers’
After turning heads with the resourcefulness and high energy of their 2012 “7 Boxes,” Paraguayan duo Juan Carlos Maneglia and Tana Schembori expand their antic caper-film template in “The Gold Seekers,” to results that are not only bigger and more polished, but even more of a good-natured delight. “Gold Seekers” should easily exceed its predecessor’s […]
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Dakota Fanning to play trailblazing NYPD cop in upcoming series

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Dakota Fanning to play trailblazing NYPD cop in upcoming series
Dakota Fanning plays the fictionalized first woman in the NYPD on TNT’s new series “The Alienist.” Related
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