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Theater veterans Tracy Letts and Laurie Metcalf on sharing the screen in Greta Gerwig's 'Lady Bird'

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'Lady Bird' Review: Greta Gerwig's Coming-of-Age Story Is Simply Irresistible

Just when you think there’s nothing original or exciting left to mine from a coming-of-age story, along comes the totally irresistible Lady Bird – a reminder that no genre is played out when there’s a new artist around to see it with fresh eyes. Screenwriter Greta Gerwig, in a spectacular solo directing debut (she co-directed Nights and Weekends with Joe Swanberg ...

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'Lady Macbeth' Review: Sex, Lies and Corsets – and One Jaw-Dropping Performance

No need to brush up your Shakespeare to feel the thunderbolts coursing through Lady Macbeth. Florence Pugh, in a performance that will soon be legendary, is not playing the Scottish Queen who can’t wash the blood off her hands. It’s northern England where director William Oldroyd (in a sensational feature directing debut) has chosen to set his tale, adapted by ...

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'Lady Macbeth' Review: Sex, Lies and Corsets – and One Jaw-Dropping Performance

No need to brush up your Shakespeare to feel the thunderbolts coursing through Lady Macbeth. Florence Pugh, in a performance that will soon be legendary, is not playing the Scottish Queen who can’t wash the blood off her hands. It’s northern England where director William Oldroyd (in a sensational feature directing debut) has chosen to set his tale, adapted by ...

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