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Review: ‘Indian Ink’ is witty mockery of Brits

In this image released by Roundabout Theatre Company, Rosemary Harris, from left, Romola Garai and Bhavesh Patel appear in a scene from Tom Stoppard’s “Indian Ink”, currently performing off-Broadway at the Laura Pels Theatre in New York.  (AP Photo/Roundabout Theatre Company, Joan Marcus)

NEW YORK (AP) — Tom Stoppard’s witty 1995 play “Indian Ink” takes a romantic look back at India under waning British rule, gently mocking both the British Raj and some of the English-smitten “natives.”

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Gunn shifts from ‘Breaking Bad’ to ‘Gracepoint’

This photo released by Fox shows David Tennant, left, Detective Emmett Carver and Anna Gunn, Detective Ellie Miller as they interview Jack Reinhold in the Event Series Premiere of "Gracepoint," airing Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014, (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on Fox. (AP Photo/Fox, Ed Araquel)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The average TV binge viewer is indulging in catch-up. When Anna Gunn dove headlong into the British crime drama “Broadchurch,” it was homework.

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Review: ‘Men, Women & Children’ doesn’t click

In this image released by Paramount Pictures, Ansel Elgort, left, and Kaitlyn Dever appear in a scene from "Men, Women & Children." (AP Photo/Paramount Pictures, Dale Robinette)

If ever there was a movie that needed a window to be opened, a blast of fresh air to be let in, it’s Jason Reitman’s “Men, Women & Children.”

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‘Bless Me, Ultima’ novelist Anaya to be honored

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — The godfather of contemporary Chicano literature has been chosen as the 2nd ever inductee into the Albuquerque Wall of Fame.

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Review: Moving story, simply told, in ‘Good Lie’

In this image released by Warner Bros. Pictures, Reese Witherspoon, left, and Ger Duany appear in a scene from "The Good Lie." (AP Photo/Warner Bros. Pictures, Bob Mahoney)

The movie poster for “The Good Lie” features a smiling Reese Witherspoon, front and center. But, truth be told, neither Witherspoon nor her character is the film’s star — not in the essential sense. The real stars are the Sudanese children at the bottom of the poster, their backs to us, trudging across an empty, sun-scorched expanse.

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