Kriston Capps leads the arts section with his review of “Suprasensorial,” the Hirshhorn’s impressively scaled but thematically suspect look at the Latin American artists who (supposedly) anticipated California’s Light and Space movement. (He’s skeptical.) Joe Warminsky reviews Money Train, the new full-length from heroically raunchy rapper Garvey the Chosen One. Tricia Olszewski reviews two very different films concerned with family dynamics: Joshua Marston‘s Romanian drama about warring clans, The Forgiveness of Blood, and Jennifer Westfeldt‘s not wholly awful comedy about platonic parenthood, Friends With Kids. Trey Graham reviews Studio Theatre’s boxing drama Sucker Punch, which he deems a technical knockout if not a narrative one. Chris Klimek reviews New Jerusalem: The Interrogation of Baruch de Spinoza, Theater J’s remount of this theological courtroom tale by David Ives. And in One Track Mind, Marcus J. Moore chats with violinist Chelsey Green.