Part I of my series on what the cinema of the 1980s means, and where best to see it.
This is the next entry in the Sidney Lumet Blogathon! Real Movie Rob tackles Lumet's 1981 police drama Prince of the City. Thanks for taking part [...]
Before there was VHS, BetaMax, LaserDiscs or DVDs, there were CEDs. Wait, what?
Here are three films that together throw some light on the traumatic historical transition out of "the long 19th century."
Spielberg has a tremendous ability to elicit empathy from an audience, but how he's used this talent has varied over the years.
A fascinating look into the private White House. That wallpaper has got to go, though.
A few days ago when I started planning this article I expected to write a short, fairly straightforward description of the events surrounding Our Lady [...]
Thirty-three years ago today, on March 30, 1981, mad gunman John Hinckley shot President Ronald Reagan and several others outside the Hilton Hotel in Washington, [...]
I've had this song in my head for days and I'm hoping that putting it up here will shut it off. Still, as [...]
This is the Manila Film Center, located in the Cultural Center of the Philippines, in Pasay City, a neighborhood of Manila. This is the national [...]