FROM PARIS WITH TERROR

As an agoraphobic's worst nightmare, As Above, So Below is tensely executed.

A VIEW TO A BANALITY

The November Man abounds in hollowly attractive genre superfluities.

A CLEVER BUT IRRELEVANT SATIRICAL FANTASY

Ari Folman's The Congress wallows in an air of speculative lifelessness.

PEFUNCTORY AND ANONYMOUS

Ariana Grande's new album is filled with headache-inducing electro-pop and R&B.

FLAT AND WASHED-OUT PULP

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For is a fruitless bacchanal of blood, bullets, and babes.


MUSIC


Ariana Grande: My Everything

My Everything tries to expand Grande's horizons with headache-inducing electro-pop and darker, edgier shades of R&B.




TELEVISION



DVD


All That Jazz

Criterion legitimizes Bob Fosse's brilliant musical X-ray with in an induction into its pantheon and a transfer that admirably refuses to moot its seamy, gritty, furious poetry.








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