Best of Enemies (2015)

      Why would a 2015 audience want to see a documentary about televised political debates between Gore Vidal and William F. Buckley that occurred almost 50 years ago? Because “Best of Enemies” brilliantly recreates  ...

Irrational Man (2015)

    Not all Woody Allen movies are brilliant, but all have merit in some shape or form. The dark comedy, “Irrational Man,” a superficial version of much finer Allen films (e.g., “Crimes and Misdemeanors” and “Match Point”),  ...

The Third Man (1949)

    You can now see that fabulous post-war international noir classic, “The Third Man” (1949) in fully restored 4k (4,000 + pixels) resolution. And Graham Green’s meticulous writing, Carol Reed’s innovative directing, Joseph Cotten’s and Orson Welles’  ...

J.M.W. Turner: Painting Set Free, SF

“Painting Set Free” is a remarkable exhibit highlighting the late works of the great British romantic landscape and seascape painter, Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851). The outstanding works on canvas and paper display Turner’s oeuvre, beginning in 1835, when Turner  ...

The Brink, HBO

      This terrific new ten-part HBO series, part dark comedy, part cautionary tale, explores a geopolitical world crisis through the eyes of three unlikely men, whose streaks of bravery and immaturity may control “the fate  ...

Poldark

Soon Aidan Turner will join other Masterpiece hunks and heroes as the new heartthrob of the PBS set, as the star of the new romantic, rousing, atmospheric historical seven-part drama, “Poldark.” Smoldering Aidan Turner (UK series “Being Human” and  ...