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Stellar cast can’t keep ‘Train’ on track

Stellar cast can’t keep ‘Train’ on track

THE problem with “The D Train” isn’t the performances. Jack Black, James Marsden, Kathryn Hahn and Jeffrey Tambor are wonderful in their respective roles. The issue is the story. It’s not just uneven, ...

May 24, 2015, Sunday


Shedding light on actor, activist

Shedding light on actor, activist

ACTOR Robert Ryan spent a good deal of his life promoting peace, civil rights and other social causes. In his long film career, he did something more daring: He willingly became the face of the very evils ...

Douglass K. Daniel | May 24, 2015, Sunday


Con man tale has modern ring to it

Con man tale has modern ring to it

YOU’VE heard of Charles Ponzi, the swindler who gave big returns to early investors using money from subsequent clients. And you’ve heard of Bernie Madoff, imprisoned for one of the biggest Ponzi schemes ...

Beth J. Harpaz | May 24, 2015, Sunday


A natural at bringing light and color to historic downtown villa

A natural at bringing light and color to historic downtown villa

Guergana Guermanoff first came to China in 1999 as an economic and trade official at the New Zealand embassy in Beijing. Little did she know at the time that this journey would mark the start of a long-term ...

Patsy Yang | May 24, 2015, Sunday


Architect takes aim at barriers, stereotypes

WHO is he? Nigel Coates is an architect who likes pushing boundaries. For Coates, architecture is a wide-ranging discipline which can include not just building design, but also things like furniture, ...

May 24, 2015, Sunday


‘Along the River During the Qingming Festival’

‘Along the River During the Qingming Festival’

IF Leonardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa” usually attracts the biggest crowd at the Louvre every day, the Chinese equivalent would very likely be the painting entitled “Along the River During the Qingming Festival.” ...

May 24, 2015, Sunday

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Sotheby’s to make first sale of Nazi-era art

A painting by Max Liebermann from a Nazi-era art trove found in Germany last year will go on sale in London next month, the first from the collection to be sold off, Sotheby’s said on Friday. One of the ...

May 24, 2015, Sunday


‘Good Killing’ a great procedural thriller

‘Good Killing’ a great procedural thriller

“A Good Killing,” Allison Leotta’s new page-turner, has sex-crimes prosecutor Anna Curtis heading home to defend her sister, who has been arrested in the death of a high school coach. Anna’s sister, Jody, ...

May 24, 2015, Sunday


Bergman back in spotlight at Cannes

Bergman back in spotlight at Cannes

THERE’S no getting away from Ingrid Bergman at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. The actress’s youthful eyes stare out from the giant poster billboards speckled about town, special film screenings celebrate ...

May 24, 2015, Sunday


New Faith No More album worth the wait

New Faith No More album worth the wait

EIGHTEEN years after releasing their last studio album, Faith No More returns in rude, crude health. “Sol Invictus” kicks off in menacing fashion with the album’s eponymous, piano-led track, before exploding ...

May 24, 2015, Sunday


Spotify queuing up more than just music

Spotify queuing up more than just music

WHILE saying that it is still a music company at heart, Spotify says it is expanding its lineup to include podcasts, news radio and video streaming. The company says it wants to help people create a soundtrack ...

May 24, 2015, Sunday


Big themes weigh down ‘Aloft’

Big themes weigh down ‘Aloft’

“aloft” is not an easy film. Peruvian director Claudia Llosa’s meditative, generation-spanning drama about a falconer (Cillian Murphy) on a journey to find his healer and artist mother (Jennifer Connelly) ...

May 24, 2015, Sunday


Photographers share views from Nepal

Photographers share views from Nepal

A photo exhibition titled “Nepal! Nepal!” opened yesterday in Shanghai. According to its organizers, the show is meant to memorialize those who lost their lives in the recent Nepal earthquake while also ...

May 24, 2015, Sunday


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