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Steven Soderbergh's latest film is a disjointed misfire
Art imitates art imitating life in Pedro Almodóvar's brilliant, autobiographical new film
A comic-book villain inflicts realistic pain in Todd Phillips' well-made and still-maddening "Joker"
Can the powerhouse quartet the Four Italian Tenors take the U.S. by storm?
In Judy, Zellweger brilliantly channels the great Judy Garland, even though her singing chops aren't up to the task
Round House's well-acted production of "The African Mean Girls Play" makes slight comedy of social satire
Director Matt Tyrnauer chronicles Cohn's life and influence, including on his most devoted disciple, Donald Trump
These Cats are more ingratiating and eager to entertain than any real cat you’ve ever met.
More a solo composer-performer spotlight than a compelling drama, "Love Sick" sings in only fits and starts
Not great, but never boring, Hustlers entertains with humor, heart, and a high-profile cast.
Everything that moves, sways, and pirouettes in the D.C. region this fall!
Opera to Orchestra, Chorus to Concert, here's everything classical and choral in the D.C. area this fall
Rodney Evans found that the key to his documentary Vision Portraits was pointing the camera at his own experience
''It: Chapter Two" scares up king-sized helpings of humor and horror in its overlong conclusion
Vita Sackville-West has Virginia Woolf bewitched, bothered, and bewildered in the overripe romance "Vita & Virginia"