Enough of parsing its shortcomings. Let's talk about what's great about the third installment of the Godfather saga.
The much-maligned third film in the Godfather series actually has a lot of interesting things to say in its own right.
In the final installment of the Crazy Eddie story, the house of cards finally collapses...and becomes a courtroom drama.
In Part II of the saga, Crazy Eddie gets pumped, dumped, washed through Panama, lionized by distracted accountants, and eventually ratted out.
This is the incredible story of how a Brooklyn storefront hawking cheap electronics eventually became an international criminal empire.
Here is the latest article in the Sidney Lumet Blogathon! Movie blogger Realweegiemidget takes on one of Lumet's lesser-known but still quite interesting films, the [...]
This photo shows the last act of what must have been a pretty ugly story. What happened?
Looted from a storehouse during the French Revolution, Louis XVI's most dazzling jewel came back to life in another guise.
Why did Gerald Ford pardon Richard Nixon after Watergate? Was it an act of cronyism, or mercy?
Watergate's history doesn't begin in 1972, but stretches back much farther than that.