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  • TV This Week, March 12-18: 'Marvel's Iron Fist' on Netflix

    TV This Week, March 12-18: 'Marvel's Iron Fist' on Netflix

    SUNDAY The auto-centric series “Top Gear” gears up for a 24th season. With hosts Matt LeBlanc, Chris Harris and Rory Reid and guest James McAvoy. 8 p.m. BBC America Kim, Khloe, Kourtney and kompany kick off a 13th season of their reality series “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.” 9 p.m. E! A fresh...

  • Who are those dancers spinning through the Broad (and LACMA and the Getty)?

    Who are those dancers spinning through the Broad (and LACMA and the Getty)?

    The dancers spin and twist in the cosmic space between Jeff Koons’ candy-colored “Tulips” sculpture and Takashi Murakami’s massive painting "In the Land of the Dead, Stepping on the Tail of a Rainbow." It’s an easy-breezy routine — very lazy-Sunday-with-a-mimosa, accompanied by a jazzy Dave Douglas...

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  • How the Notorious B.I.G. revived old songs with 'Life After Death'

    How the Notorious B.I.G. revived old songs with 'Life After Death'

    Two decades later, the title of the Notorious B.I.G.’s 1997 album “Life After Death” still conjures grim memories of the killing of its creator, who died 20 years ago Thursday in an unsolved drive-by shooting near the intersection of Fairfax Avenue and Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles. But “Life...

  • The western 'Brimstone's' depiction of hell on Earth is a trial in itself

    The western 'Brimstone's' depiction of hell on Earth is a trial in itself

    With “Brimstone,” a story of innocence and evil in the Wild West, filmmaker Martin Koolhoven has created a kind of endurance test. It’s not a matter of the movie’s length — even at 2½ hours, the handsomely shot drama is well-structured and moves with assurance. The American frontier’s raw beauty...

  • Josh and Jacob Kornbluth prove 'Love & Taxes' are preferable to death and taxes

    Josh and Jacob Kornbluth prove 'Love & Taxes' are preferable to death and taxes

    “Love & Taxes” is an amusing, endearing trifle based on a monologue by writer-star Josh Kornbluth. Directed by Josh’s brother, Jacob, the film gently engages as it swings between bits from Josh’s autobiographical stage show about his life-changing struggle with the Internal Revenue Service and...

  • Docufiction 'Actor Martinez' questions cinematic truth

    Docufiction 'Actor Martinez' questions cinematic truth

    The multilayered docufiction “Actor Martinez” explores where truth ends and narrative begins in its story of Denver actor Arthur Martinez and the two directors he hires to make him the star of his own movie. Like the man at its center, the film is aggressive and awkward, but there’s a sense of...

  • L.A. theater openings, March 12-19: 'The Cruise' and more

    L.A. theater openings, March 12-19: 'The Cruise' and more

    This week: A new comedy about colonialism and Caribbean-cruise industry, and a new drama about the possible consequences of building a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border. Kevin Carr One-man show combines true-life tales, folklore and folk music. Odyssey Theatre, 2055 S. Sepulveda Blvd., West L.A. Next...

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