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Artist Bill Chisholm Moves Outside His Comfort Zone

By Robert Nesti | Apr 25
Bill Chisholm is a Somerville artist EDGE has profiled in the past; we caught up with him again for a conversation about where he's taking his work, his current show in Rhode Island & hitting 50.

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Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Cries And Whispers

By Jake Mulligan | Apr 24
As directed by Bergman and photographed by Sven Nykvist, the film concerns three sisters: Agnes is on the verge of death, while Maria and Karen wait in angst and anguish-for reasons more egotistical than sentimental-by her bedside.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: First Period

By Christian Cintron | Apr 24
This irreverent teen farce has all the makings of a cult classic. Crazy dialogue, a ton of jokes, and two grown men playing teenage girls. Take every teen movie you love, sprinkle some John Waters, add a dash of "Strangers with Candy" and you've got it.

Broadway's Eden Espinosa Comes to 'The Not-So-Late Show'

By EDGE | Apr 24
This Saturday, April 25 at 9:30 p.m., Marti Gould Cummings welcomes Broadway star Eden Espinosa to "The Not-So-Late Show." New World Stages is located at 340 W 50th St. Audience tickets are free.

Cinema Review :: Adult Beginners

By Jake Mulligan | Apr 24
Jake's the last guy you'd expect Justine (Rose Byrne, as the sister) and Danny (Bobby Cannavale, her husband) to employ to babysit their toddler. So... this being a screen comedy that reeks of sitcom... that's exactly what they do.

Cinema Review :: Little Boy

By Robert Nesti | Apr 24
The trauma of a little boy whose Dad is off fighting in World War II makes for the dramatic thrust of this manipulative, faith-based period drama.

Cinema Review :: The Water Diviner

By Kilian Melloy | Apr 24
When a movie is this mixed up, you either throw up your hands, turn off your brain, and hope for the best, or seek solace in your soda and popcorn. Tip: If you lay out for a ticket to this Russell Crowe vehicle, bring extra cash for snacks.

Cinema Review :: The Age Of Adaline

By Robert Nesti | Apr 24
"The Age of Adaline" could have been the loopiest romantic film of the year; instead it plays like a soapy mix of magical realism and a Nicholas Spark romance.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Antarctica: A Year On The Ice

By Louise Adams | Apr 23
New Zealand dairy farmer Anthony Powell has spent most of his adult life at the South Pole, and spent the last ten years filming primarily time-lapse footage for the gorgeous, 90-minute documentary.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: The Voices

By Michael Cox | Apr 22
What does it look like inside the head of someone like Ted Bundy or Gary Gilmore? For the schizophrenic protagonist of "The Voices," Jerry (Ryan Reynolds), it's very colorful.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: The Woman In Black 2

By Ken Tasho | Apr 22
If ever there was a movie which didn't warrant a sequel, it's the Hammer Films chiller "The Woman in Black" from 2012.

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