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Zosia Mamet takes a step beyond “Girls,” but can’t shed its affectations, in “The Boy Downstairs,” an uneven rom-com from debut feature writer-director Sophie Brooks. Diana, Mamet’s aspiring-author character, returns to New York from two years abroad only to discover she’s rented an apartment in the same building as her former boyfriend Ben (Matthew Shear)….
Ex-cop behind Lillo Brancato documentary calls him a 'friend'
I love “This Is Us.” Not because I think it’s corny, or over the top. I don’t watch it ironically. I love it with a complete and total earnestness. That is what it deserves. Because NBC’s “This Is Us” is one of the only shows on television that honestly explores the ongoing nature of grief….
Eamonn Holmes turned down Russia chance out of love for 'stellar' wife Ruth Langsford
The honeymoon is officially over for celebrities and social media. Just ask Sarah Jessica Parker. On Feb. 6, the former “Sex and the City” actress commented on co-star Kim Cattrall’s Instagram post that her brother had turned up dead after going missing for several days in Canada. “Dearest Kim, my love and condolences to you…
EastEnders star Jacqueline Jossa speaks out on Lauren Branning’s emotional final scenes
In writer-director Sally Potter’s “The Party,” what’s served is ice-cold loathing from the reigning kings of spite: affluent liberals. The black-and-white British film starts off unremarkably. Seven obnoxious, highfalutin’ friends come together to celebrate Janet’s (Kristin Scott Thomas) big promotion at the government’s Ministry of Health. The partygoers include a loony German life coach and…