Amid a host of new movie theaters in the city, it couldn't compete.
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Hits, misses, and the just plain weird
In 1988, a local hotel magnate promised scholarships to 67 kids. Most never graduated from college.
"I learned that alliances are very important, and that I had to like Little Caesar’s pizza."
Geoff Edgers explores museums' nuclear guns, bugles, and horseshoes in Secrets of the Arsenal.
Noah Wiseman’s turn as a young boy struggling with emotions he can’t understand goes beyond the horror requirement that a child be pale and say unwittingly chilly things.
“Ironically, I very rarely use Twitter—but I always use my twatter.”
It’s the dystopi-est installment of this dystopian series, all concrete, gray jumpsuits, and rain.
The Better Angels portrays a young Abraham Lincoln and aims to unveil the factors that shaped the president in his formative years. At the end of its 95 minutes, the answer is clear: trees.
So, so many trees. Always towering, with the camera aimed skyward. To set the scene of 1817 Indiana? Trees. Abe’s mother gets sick? Trees. [...]
Is this crook-turned-journalist an earnest underdog just trying to make a living, or a sociopath who's driven to succeed at all costs?