Season's Greetings: All Aboard! Offers recreations of 31 iconic American train stations
Mama Ru leaves a new present under the tree with the light-hearted "Drag Race Holi-Slay Spectacular"
A two-person cast works tirelessly but the story feels slight in "How to Keep an Alien"
Shakespeare Theatre's "An Inspector Calls" is visually stunning, but loses details in its to-the-rafters delivery
Alfonso Cuarón's lush new drama won four top honors, while Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga took acting.
The struggle for power in Queen Anne's court is caustic, kinky, and a bit repetitive in "The Favourite"
The son of Creed battles the son of Drago in a sequel that basically refreshes "Rocky IV"
There's not much new under the Hollywood sun in the mildly amusing period comedy "All Save One"
Oscar Ceville embodies a Lucha Libre legend in Keegan’s unique staging of one of Shakespeare’s most popular comedies.
Lynch calls it a "throwback to those specials in the late '50s, early '60s"
BUDDIES The first American film to focus on the AIDS pandemic (preceding both the TV movie An Early Frost and Longtime Companion), Arthur J. Bressan Jr.’s 1985 drama...
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Corbin Bleu impresses as a gold standard leading man in Molly Smith’s buoyant, boisterous production of the Cole Porter classic.
Hard-rocking trio comes to D.C. in April 2019