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Middle-Aged Mystery Romance "Face of Love" Stars Bening and Harris

Middle-Aged Mystery Romance
BY MIRIAM RINN
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

“The Face of Love” is the latest entry in the baby-boomers-can-still-get-it-on film category, a genre we can expect to grow more popular as boomers hit their fifties and sixties and need more and more reassurance. Starring the always-wonderful Ed Harris and a refreshingly older-looking Annette Bening, this mystery romance tackles the fearful conundrum of grief--how can you continue to enjoy life without giving up an attachment to a lost beloved? While not altogether successful, “The Face of Love” is entertaining enough for a middle-aged date night, as long as it doesn’t end too late.

 

'Satchmo at the Waldorf" Off Broadway Review: Well, Hello Louis...

'Satchmo at the Waldorf
BY MICHAEL SOMMERS
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

Louis Armstrong, that jazzy American entertainer with the trumpet and gravelly voice, left the planet in 1971 but his recordings remain distinctively charming. A...

Story of Deceit: "Real Housewives" Stars Admit to Fraud

Story of Deceit:
BY ABBIE SARFO
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

Everyone wants to keep up with the Joneses, including the Joneses themselves. For five seasons, “Real Housewives of New Jersey” cast members Teresa and Joe Giudice w...

'The Open House' Off Broadway Review: How Quickly Everything Changes

'The Open House' Off Broadway Review: How Quickly Everything Changes
BY MICHAEL SOMMERS
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

Go with an open mind to “The Open House” and see how quickly life can change. Situated entirely in a pleasant, conventionally furnished, suburban living room of ...

Demi Lovato Had a Show to Remember in N.J.

Demi Lovato Had a Show to Remember in N.J.
BY BOB HOLT
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

Twenty-one year old singer Demi Lovato is encouraging her fans to bring smartphones during her current “Neon Lights” tour.

The phones were very much in evidence during t...

'The Happiest Song Plays Last' Off Broadway Review: Music Smooths an Uneven Drama

'The Happiest Song Plays Last' Off Broadway Review: Music Smooths an Uneven Drama
BY MICHAEL SOMMERS
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

“The Happiest Song Plays Last” is the third and latest drama in Quiara Alegria Hudes’s series regarding Elliot, a former Marine who won a Purple Heart in Iraq, a...

'Stage Kiss' Off Broadway Review: A Fine Show-Mance

'Stage Kiss' Off Broadway Review: A Fine Show-Mance
BY MICHAEL SOMMERS
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

Let’s give a big smooch to “Stage Kiss,” a lively showbiz comedy by Sarah Ruhl, the acclaimed author of “Eurydice,” “Dead Man’s Cell Phone” and other fairly prof...

Handicapping the Oscars, Part Deux: Our Reviewers Call for Cate, Michael, JLaw and maybe Chiwetel

Handicapping the Oscars, Part Deux: Our Reviewers Call for Cate, Michael, JLaw and maybe Chiwetel
By JOE TYRRELL
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

The story so far: In part one, our knights of the Oscar round table expressed a hankering for “Captain Phillips” and a desire to do the “American Hustle” while respe...

'Middle of the Night' Off Broadway Review: Middle of the 1950s Morality

'Middle of the Night' Off Broadway Review: Middle of the 1950s Morality
BY MICHAEL SOMMERS 
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

The author of “Marty” and “The Catered Affair,” Paddy Chayefsky wrote perceptively about urban working class people of the 1950s.

Chayefsky’s 1956 Broadway ...

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