Sparks of anger fly for Patrick Stewart in ‘Match’

Writer and director Stephen Belber’s film interpretation of “Match,” adapted from a Broadway play of the same name, focuses on questions of memory and responsibility. The film deals with the guilt and indecision of a Juilliard professor and former dancer named Tobi Powell (Patrick Stewart), whose lonely existence is turned
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Latest “X-Men” film rests on faulty logic

Time-travel plots are always something to be weary about, especially when placed in summer blockbuster movies. Aside from being trite and overused, time-travel is also hard to account for, leading to many plot lines where things just don’t make sense if you think about them for a minute. Instead of
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‘No Man’s Land’ impresses with stunning performances

All-star production opens at Berkeley Repertory Theater before heading to Broadway

“There are no hard distinctions between what is real and what is unreal, nor between what is true or false,” wrote Nobel Prize-winning English playwright Harold Pinter in 1958. “A thing is not necessarily either true or false; it can be both true and false.” Last Sunday saw the opening
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