The New York Times The New York Times critics on “Frances Ha,” “Augustine” and “Star Trek: Into Darkness.” This Week's Movies The Times’s critics offer their takes on the week in film. This week’s video includes reviews of “Frances Ha,” “Augustine ... 05/16/2013 - 1:00 pm | View Link
ARTSBEAT; Authors With Political Instincts In the spirit of this week's holiday, I recently asked various Times staffers to recommend books about American political figures. Their answers are below. On Twitter, I'll be asking readers for their own suggestions, a selection of which will be shared on ... 07/4/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
The Leftovers ‘The Leftovers’ Season 2, Episode 9: Nothing Can Stand in Her Way . If last week’s episode focused on the mystical, this one does just the opposite. 07/26/2016 - 9:48 pm | View Website
Orphan Black ’ No spoiler warning, no episode description, no preview clip could have prepared me for the latest shocking development on this week’s installment of BBC ... 07/26/2016 - 5:30 pm | View Website
Homeland ‘Homeland’ Season 5 Premiere Recap: Carrie Has a New Boss and a New Life . Quinn seems like he has post-traumatic stress, and Carrie is back to manipulating ... 07/25/2016 - 12:24 pm | View Website
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Fantasia Fest Roundup Day 1: Little Sister, Slash & Love Witch
This week, ComingSoon.net has made the trek to Montreal, Quebec for the 20th anniversary edition of the Fantasia International Film Festival, the largest genre festival in North America. We’re at the tail end of the festivities, which will screen films until August 3, but we are going to run capsule reviews of some of the things we have seen and people we have talked to.
Today we roundup three films that focus on outsiders and subcultures, be it goths (Little Sister), slash fiction writers (Slash) or contemporary witches (The Love Witch).
ABC’s Fresh Off the Boat has been a refreshing change in the family-comedy sphere on television and has been praised for it’s representation of an Asian-American family. Actor Constance Wu has often talked about how important diversity in media is and has taken issue with Matt Damon’s new starring role.http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/harpy
A Michigan tart cherry farmer is leaving 14% of his crop this year to rot on the ground to comply with an industry marketing agreement intended to keep cherry prices stable. And he's not happy about it.