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Kristen Page-Kirby covers film, arts and events for Express.
Don't let the commercials convince you it's just a comedy.
When you can take on your friends in immersive Mario Kart, defeat an evil computer or throw some punches in a virtual bar fight, why would you ever return to real life?
The opera, based on the real story of WWI's Christmas truce and now at the Kennedy Center, speaks the language of peace. And French and German and English.
The ho-hum action movie doesn't quite deserve to get smashed with a heavy book, but moviegoers should avoid it anyway.
The screenwriter, director and star was driven to bring the story of one boy's experiences in gay conversion therapy to theaters.
Sometimes dancing can make you a real witch.
As an actor, Paul Dano knows how to listen. It's a skill that makes his 'Wildlife' one of the best directorial debuts in year.
Her career has taken her to nearly every area stage. Her dream day takes her down the C&O Canal (and back to bed).
Everett wrote, directed and starred in the film, which depicts the last years of Oscar Wilde's life.
You've got your choice of "Network," a kind-of-silent "Peter Pan" — or around 120 other films.