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Review: Do It Again

A kinky reunion
As his 40th birthday looms, Boston Globe writer Geoff Edgers is on a mission to reunite the Kinks — a band who spat out a string of hits (“You Really Got Me,” “Lola”) and endured for decades, only to collapse from the sibling rivalry between founders Ray and Dave Davies.
By: SHAULA CLARK  |  April 14, 2010


Review: Dirty Pictures

Subversive chemistry
At one point, Dirty Pictures transports us to Burning Man, where we watch a pack of free spirits cruising around the desert in flame-spewing tentacle-mobiles. Which is exactly the kind of blissy neon bacchanalia that springs to mind when we think of recreational Ecstasy use. But what started it all?
By: SHAULA CLARK  |  April 14, 2010


Review: Bananas!

You'll never want to eat a banana again
The banana as we know it is quickly marching toward extinction, thanks to inbreeding at the hands of big agribusiness. But don’t worry — after watching this documentary from Swedish filmmaker Fredrik Gertten, you’ll never want to eat a banana again. Bananas!* opens with a funeral and gets only grimmer from there.
By: SHAULA CLARK  |  April 14, 2010


Photos: Down:2:Earth Boston 2010 | April 10, 2010

Down:2:Earth Boston 2010, at the Hynes Convention Center, April 10, 2010
D:2:E returns to the Hynes with green folk, socially conscious coffee, and bizarre birdhouses
By: SHAULA CLARK  |  April 16, 2010


Photos: Boston Flower & Garden Show 2010

Boston Flower & Garden Show, at the Seaport World Trade Center | March 28, 2010
Boston Flower & Garden Show (theme: "A Feast for the Senses "), at the Seaport World Trade Center | March 28, 2010
By: SHAULA CLARK  |  March 29, 2010


Geek icon

Jonathan Coulton talks PAX
A hurricane of pure video-game bliss is set to pummel Boston this weekend, as thousands of gamers converge on the Hynes Convention Center for the Penny Arcade Expo.
By: SHAULA CLARK  |  June 19, 2010


Review: Green Zone

Follow the yellowcake road to the Emerald City
Paul Greengrass's Green Zone takes us on a frenetic trip down memory lane — back to the beginning of the Iraq War.
By: SHAULA CLARK  |  March 17, 2010


Boston Underground Film Festival 2010

BUFF 2010 pays homage to cinematic fromage
The Boston Underground Film Festival has a knack for showing you things you've never seen before (not to mention things you can never un-see, such as the sentient penis jackhammering its way through sheetrock in last year's headlining Bad Biology ). BUFF 2010 proves no exception, starting with the exquisitely weird opening-night entry, LOVE EXPOSURE (2008; March 25 at 7 pm).
By: SHAULA CLARK  |  March 24, 2010


Red Queens and White Knights

We’re not through with the Looking Glass, here, people
Four new DVD releases that capitalize on the latest Alice in Wonderland rush.
By: SHAULA CLARK  |  March 10, 2010


Review: Blood Into Wine

Why can't we not be sober?
Blood Into Wine 's combo of stoner profundity and brutal deadpan humor will be all too familiar to fans of Reverend Maynard
By: SHAULA CLARK  |  February 24, 2010


Review: District 13: Ultimatum

Balletic beatdowns aplenty
In 2004, Luc Besson's District B13 [ Banlieue 13 ] wall-jumped its way into our hearts by thrusting the urban acrobatics of parkour onto the big screen.
By: SHAULA CLARK  |  February 17, 2010


Review: Until The Light Takes Us (2008)

Darkness with a capital 'D'
Corpse paint, odes to the underworld, music that summons the brutal, cut-to-the-bone Arctic chill of Scandinavia — this is Norwegian black metal.
By: SHAULA CLARK  |  March 11, 2011


Review: Dear John

Gonads and strife
"We're sitting here . . . and we're talking, but nobody's actually saying anything."
By: SHAULA CLARK  |  February 05, 2010


Review: Sundance Shorts 2009

Salute your shorts
Welcome to the world of "Sundance Shorts 2009," where the happy endings tend to look more like reprieves from misery.
By: SHAULA CLARK  |  January 13, 2010


Review: In Search of Beethoven

Deaf jam
Phil Grabsky's exhaustive documentary doesn't exactly dispel any stereotypes about Beethoven's being a shaggy genius prone to rages.
By: SHAULA CLARK  |  January 06, 2010


52 ways to leave 2009

Get your New Year's Eve down to an Auld Lang science.
Your usual lackadaisical approach to New Year's Eve — just see what happens and go with the flow — is not going to cut it this year. Sure, the end of this decade may not have the same kind of new-millennium pressure riding on it as the last one, but the plunge into 2010 is a milestone nonetheless.
By: SHAULA CLARK  |  December 30, 2009


Review: Brothers

Maguire, Gyllenhaal go deer hunting
Operation Enduring Freedom seems to have replaced Vietnam as Hollywood's go-to military quagmire from which to dredge gut-wrenching meditations on the psychological carnage of war.
By: SHAULA CLARK  |  December 09, 2009


Review: The Princess and the Frog

Disney becomes slightly enlightened?
Fans of traditional animation will be relieved to learn that 2004's Home on the Range was not the final nail in Disney's 2-D toon coffin.
By: SHAULA CLARK  |  December 09, 2009


Mad Men on Mass Ave

How to make your carpets match the Drapers
We have many long, painful, Mad Men– less months stretching ahead of us, as we wait for the show to return to AMC and shower us with more broken marriages, snappy quips, jaw-dropping revelations, and (hopefully) amputated limbs.
By: SHAULA CLARK  |  December 09, 2009


Review: The Messenger

The Iraq War hits suburbia
The Iraq War hits suburbia
By: SHAULA CLARK  |  November 17, 2009


Review: Bronson

Tom Hardy is mesmerizing
From Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn comes a fantasy bio-pic of Britain's notorious Charlie Bronson, a larger-than-life character who, after swiping his identity from Charles Bronson transformed from bare-knuckle prizefighter into "Britain's most violent prisoner."
By: SHAULA CLARK  |  November 17, 2009

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