Read This: Tragic Love Edition
Good afternoon, everyone. It's Friday, which means movies -- and this weekend, there's a lot to choose from.
Ann Hornaday recommends "Paris" ("a funny, sad, romantic and deeply felt love letter to a great city") and offers a mixed review of "Bright Star," Jane Campion's ode to the tragic love affair between poet John Keats and Fanny Brawne. Dan Zak says the "Fame" remake doesn't shy away from the brutal side of trying to make it big. And while "Surrogates" disappoints, don't discount "Amreeka."
Elsewhere in Style: Paul Farhi reports from Diane Rehm's 30th on-air anniversary fete. Chris Richards explains Horrorcore, a strand of rap music that's under the microscope after one of its fans was charged with murder this week. And Jessica Dawson recommends a provocative new John Dreyfuss exhibit.
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