For the actor who plays the window washer turned executive in “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying,” a corporate career holds little appeal.
With his sheet-white skin and lank black hair, Daniel Radcliffe personifies Victorian brooding in “The Woman in Black.”
When Benjamin Britten presented a bald and crabby Elizabeth I to the next Queen Elizabeth, the public was not amused.
Grounded by a deadpan performance from Alan Rickman as bar owner Hilly Kristal, “CBGB” takes a breezy, comic-book approach to New York’s shabby drop-dead era and the cacophony it raised.
Sometimes you can make money by giving away money.
Last seen on Broadway in the buff and committing unspeakable crimes against horses, Daniel Radcliffe follows the ponderous “Equus” with a chipper song- and-dance performance in “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.”
Porn pays, but is it good for you?
Matthew McConaughey, thin as the Park City air, does, in fact, eat.
“Muhammad Ali’s Greatest Fight,” Stephen Frears’s talky HBO dramatization of the boxing champ’s anti-draft legal battles, finds its liveliest moments in grainy snippets of archival news footage.