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Best Of Winner

Best Supporting Actor

Michael McKeever

Michael McKeever earned the Caldwell Theatre's sole award nomination in the Carbonell, the local yearly awards for theater. And for good reason. In an imperfect supporting cast — some of whom phoned in their performances — McKeever was the anchor of the unsteady ensemble. Like many in the cast, he...
Best Of Winner

Best Supporting Actor

Matthew Korinko

Rumors, a caustic farce from Neil Simon about a dinner party gone very, very awry, was Broward Stage Door's finest hour last season — a play directed like a choreographed musical, with humor and absurdity brimming from all contours of the stage. At the heart of its Carbonell Award-winning ensemble...
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Top Ten Movies of 2011

3 years ago by Karina Longworth
1. Margaret Margaret, written and directed by Kenneth Lonergan (You Can Count on Me), starring Anna Paquin with key supporting performances from Matt Damon and Mark Ruffalo, is a coming-of-age tale infused with post-9/11 anxiety. Margaret features Paquin — in the performance of the year — as Lisa, a Manhattan...
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Movie Industry People of 2011

Kristen Wiig Six years of Saturday Night Live was threatening to calcify Kristen Wiig's brand of highly physical yet conceptual comedy of awkwardness. Turns out she was working on a second act all along: As cowriter and star of the summer blockbuster Bridesmaids, Wiig proved, first and foremost, that female-fronted...
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Presenting the only Cannes awards that really matter: Ours.

7 years ago by J. Hoberman
CANNES, France—The competition for the Palme d'Or is ongoing as I write, but the story of the 61st Cannes Film Festival is Steven Soderbergh's two-part, four-and-a-half-hour Che—an epic non-biopic that might well have been approved by Roberto Rossellini, envied by Francis Coppola, and even appreciated by its subject. (And the...
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