It's been a long time since I've done an Interiors post, and as you know that I love libraries I decided to return to that [...]
At the end of the 1970s--I was about seven years old--our family was one of the earliest in our area to get cable TV. Cable [...]
Ron Howard's historical space thriller is about--and came out at--a curious time in American history, and has some interesting things to say about both.
In the films covered by these latest articles, Plummer plays everyone from Kaiser Wilhelm to the Emperor of the Galaxy in films ranging from stellar to...well, trash!
Plummer's turns as a ruthless bank robber in "The Silent Partner" and an over-the-hill adventurer in "Up" are the subject's of today's articles.
Day 1 of the blogathon brings us reviews of "The Sound of Music" and "The Man Who Would Be King."
A truly awful film that even its star denounced as "a big lie," Antonioni's bizarre 1970 counterculture epic has some interesting implications.
From "Solaris" to "Hunt for the Wilderpeople," my life has been defined by the great movies I've seen.
Although a well-made and interesting film, Schaffner's "Papillon" suffers from the identity crisis of its source material: is it fact or fiction?
The famous 1979 accident at Three Mile Island made nuclear power a much bigger gamble, politically and economically speaking.