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Rex Reed ‘Daddio’ Review: Dakota Johnson Is a Lovely Sexy Listener

Dakota Johnson plays “a lovely, sexy listener” in Daddio. Sony Classics Daddio is a dreary two-hander with the look, feel and sound of one hand clapping. Conceived and word processed…

Review: New Casts for the Met’s ‘Carmen’ and ‘Madama Butterfly’

Clémentine Margaine and Michael Fabiano in Bizet’s “Carmen.” Photo: Nina Wurtzel / Met Opera Those who swear they don’t know anything about opera are likely nonetheless familiar with Carmen and…

‘Nowhere Special’ Review: A Triumph of Sensitivity and Good Taste

In one of the best performances I’ve seen this year, James Norton is strong but sensitive, especially in the scene where he tries to explain to the child how to…

‘Cash Out’ Movie Review: John Travolta Needs a Career Intervention

If nobody cares enough to stage a career intervention, then it’s up to John Travolta to rescue himself. Courtesy of Saban Films John Travolta doesn’t act much anymore. Call it…

Theater Review: Itamar Moses’s ‘The Ally’

Josh Radnor in The Ally. Photo: Joan-Marcus “There is no spokesperson for the playwright in this play,” says the artistic director’s program note for Itamar Moses’s The Ally at the…

‘The Taste of Things’ Movie Review: Almost 4-Star Perfection

Juliette Binoche as ‘Eugénie’ and Benoît Magimel as ‘Dodin’ in Tran Anh Hung’s THE TASTE OF THINGS. Courtesy of Stéphanie Branchu. An IFC Films Release. Do not see The Taste…

Review | ‘Prayer for the French Republic’ ponders the roots of anti-Semitism and how to respond and survive

Anthony Edwards as seen in “Prayer for the French Republic” Photo by Jeremy Daniel Sign up for our amNY Sports email newsletter to get insights and game coverage for your…

Green’s Portfolio: 2023 Review and 2024 Outlook

Dilok Klaisataporn Managing a retirement portfolio is a continuing process and there isn’t necessarily anything special about the end of a calendar year, except perhaps taxes, but convention defines this…

‘Maestro’ Movie Review: A Perfect Tribute to Leonard Bernstein

Bradley Cooper as Leonard Bernstein in Maestro. Jason McDonald/Netflix Maestro is the movie of the year. Amendment: not to slight the amazing Oppenheimer, make that one of the two best…

‘Barry’ season 4 review: Bill Hader keeps taking wild chances as the show takes a whack at its farewell season

CNN  —  “Barry” has taken chances from the very beginning, which is certainly true of a fourth and final season that picks up where the third left off, with its…