The serious issue of Papal abuse is flaccidly examined in a film that has the best of intentions, but doesn't add to the discussion.
Coming from former Soviet nation Lithuania, where anti-gay hostility remains high this seems a brave and defiant film -- but none of that sours the sweetness at its core.
The Den Theater stages Chekov's dour masterpiece, "Three Sisters."
The musical version Alison Bechdel's award-winning memoir opens on Broadway.
"The Age of Adaline" could have been the loopiest romantic film of the year; instead it plays like a soapy mix of magical realism and a Nicholas Spark romance.
There's jewelry...and then there's Tiffany and Company.
When a movie is this mixed up, you either throw up your hands, turn off your brain, and hope for the best, or seek solace in your soda and popcorn. Tip: If you lay out for a ticket to this Russell Crowe vehicle, bring extra cash for snacks.
Jake's the last guy you'd expect Justine (Rose Byrne, as the sister) and Danny (Bobby Cannavale, her husband) to employ to babysit their toddler. So... this being a screen comedy that reeks of sitcom... that's exactly what they do.
This irreverent teen farce has all the makings of a cult classic. Crazy dialogue, a ton of jokes, and two grown men playing teenage girls. Take every teen movie you love, sprinkle some John Waters, add a dash of "Strangers with Candy" and you've got it.
Soprano Renée Fleming makes her NYC theater debut in "Living on Love."