Tuesday, September 16, 2014 Elul 21, 5774
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Is it any wonder that the director of a treasured and trumpeted Israeli film about an Egyptian police band from Alexandria should be concerned about ... tone? Strike up the "Band" -- Eran Kolirin certainly has, with "The Band's Visit," a sentimental journey of Jews and Arabs that strikes just the right ... tone. "Tone is important to me," says...
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Off a Broadway run, he's off-and-running back on TV
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He's got game. And now Bob Saget's got Broadway under his belt. Give that man a chair -- no, table that notion; he's already had one. Indeed, Elkins Park's pride and joie de vivre received great reviews for his recent role as "Man in Chair" during the closing end of "The Drowsy Chaperone" on Broadway. In a way, that was...
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Wild question: Which is a tougher crowd -- the West Bank or the Wild West? "Oh," chuckles Ari Sandler. "Certainly, the West Bank! That's a highly charged subject." And so is his career. Winning the Oscar for best live short last year, the good-looking director of "West Bank Story" had even better looking prospects after the award and accolades gave...
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A training film for mohels cutting their teeth in the business? "That's a possibility," muses Mitchell Lichtenstein. But, no, "Teeth," which he wrote, directed and co-produced, is more molar than mohel, and definitely not what the doctor ordered. The blackest of black comedies could give fans of "The Vagina Monologues" something to talk about between themselves. The heroine of this...
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Hooray for Hollywood -- and for Michael Elkin's "On the Scene" Academy Awards contest! Come Sunday night, Feb. 24, we'll know who's the tops in talent for the past year of movie magic, courtesy of the Oscars. "On the Scene" winners have a chance to predict the award recipients. Here's all you have to do: Pick the correct nominee in...
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