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Sunday, May 29, 2016

Blakeslee#039;s riveting Tulia further explores acts of injustice

If you haven't already heard about Tulia, Texas, get ready. You will.As a town of 5,000, Tulia is...

Soderbergh shows limited vision in lengthy Che

,iChe/i is a four-and-a-half hour character study that charts the personal development of Ernesto...

A dream-like and dread-inducing Waltz

<p>pItapos;s animated#44; itapos;s a documentar...

ICA#039;s clockwork finds meaning and confusion in time

,Upon looking through the glass entrance to the Institute of Contemporary Art, curious viewers...

A.R.T.#039;s Seagull not much better than bird crap

<p>pImagine Keanu Reeves starring in a Sam Mend...

The 2009 Oscar noms prefer Brangelina and Nazis over artistry

On Feb. 22, for the 81st time in the illustrious award show's history, the red carpet will unfurl...

Pushing Buttons: Some video games sink, others swim in tough recession

Towards the start of our current economic turmoil, game industry media, blogs, analysts and...

The rest of the best: Boston#039;s top art exhibits of 2008

There were countless amazing art exhibitions in Boston this year, but three remain special and...

Play it again: The best music of 2008

b1. Vampire Weekend - iVampire Weekend/i/bIt's a bit uncertain exactly what Vampire Weekend was...

That#039;s a wrap: The Beacon reviews the best films of 2008

b1. iThe Dark Knight/i/bIt took a comic book adaptation by director Christopher Nolan to bring...

Christmas is here: time for Hollywood#039;s prestige pics

ibThe Wrestler/i/bDirector Darren Aronofsky's newest film, iThe Wrestler/i, tells the story of...

Reaching the December kill screen: The best video games of 2008

<p>p2008 was an odd year for gaming. Despite be...

Luhrmann#039;s ambition drives then derails Australia

The shining accomplishments and egregious errors of Baz Luhrmann's latest epic historical romance...

The Wrestler team opens up to The Beacon

Director Darren Aronofsky is most notable for his brutal and emotionally exhausting iRequiem for...

Trailer park: Films for the new year

biUp/b/iWith one animated feat after the next, Pixar studios looks ready to rival the great...