Frank Langella

Once again, the New York theatre world has had a banner year, with exciting plays, musicals and revivals on Broadway and off.
The movie Captain Fantastic sounds like an action adventure, and it is, if you consider parenting a thrilling sport. The
In the wonderful, non-superhero movie Captain Fantastic, we see a perfectly-cast Viggo Mortensen playing Ben Cash, a father
It's Gunner's self-determined leave-taking that has his wife Peg upset, and his son Jack conflicted. And while he has confused
Frank Langella, at his estimable best, is not to be overlooked. Here he is, once more, in the Manhattan Theatre Club production of Florian Zeller's The Father. At his best, yet again, and not to be missed.
Brian, a young writer, is walking, he is in his head, we hear his voice: "...In New York City, you are never more than 20 feet away from someone you know, or someone you are meant to know."
It would be folly to claim this is the greatest Lear yet seen, but it's surely no exaggeration to declare it's right up there with the best of them.
Frank Langella is doing a completely respectable King Lear at the Brooklyn Academy of Music's Harvey in William Shakespeare's tragedy of the same name. But wait. Better be more specific, since in discussing the daunting role, the actor is on record as saying he makes a very deliberate point of never giving the same performance twice.
Though I'm a bit embarrassed to admit I had never heard of Clay V. United States, I suspect I'm one of the millions-strong target audience that Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight is aiming to educate.
Welcome back, Terence Rattigan. All is forgotten, not that anything ever needed to be.
The much anticipated Rush, Ron Howard's first film since the embarrassing comedy The Dilemma (2011), shows a return to decent form, and again demonstrates why the former child actor remains one of Hollywood's most bankable directors.
The archival footage of Muhammad Ali expressing his passionate views is also a highlight in the film. "No, because I am very
Barbara Walters revealed on Tuesday that the famous actor was gave her chicken pox was Frank Langella. Walters returned to
The movie Robot & Frank tells the story of an unlikely friendship between Frank, an aging former cat burglar, and a nameless eldercare robot. But Robot & Frank is no hypothetical sci-fi flight of fancy.
Essentially, "Robot & Frank" is a caper film doing double duty as a character study, thanks to Langella. He brings gravitas
Despite its sci-fi premise, Robot & Frank is a wonderfully intimate, human, insightful, and surprisingly funny film.
A caper film whose biggest thief is actually the inexorable flow of time, Robot & Frank is a terrific character study that offers the always-captivating Frank Langella the opportunity to stretch out a little bit.