Emily Blunt Is Not Your Typical English Rose And Other Culture Highlights From This Week's New York


Emma Rosenblum talks to Emily Blunt about her role in The Young Victoria, but not about Michael Bublé. Logan Hill previews nine of the biggest movies opening during the holidays this year. Logan also wonders if both Colin Farrell and Jude Law would be better off just sticking with supporting roles. David Edelstein reviews Broken Embraces, Mammoth and New Moon. Jerry Saltz describes the work in Gerard Richter's latest show as the "most majestic, haunting, voluptuous, and vulnerable of his career." Scott Brown enjoyed In the Next Room or the vibrator play, but the same cannot be said for Stephanie Zacharek's experience with Ragtime. Speaking of vibrator plays, Boris Kachka talks to Laura Benanti. Amy Lorocca profiles the Pied Piper of Craft, Todd Oldham. From The House of the Dead left Justin Davidson wanting more.