Monday, February 14 2005
Arthur Miller stood against them all with the righteous outrage of the individual with both eyes open.
Sunday, January 23 2005
It was Carson's personal barometer for value that shaped pop cultural tastes, and in many ways continues to do so. Carson knew what was funny, and he knew how important funny was in difficult times. And he did funny with class.
Monday, January 3 2005
In the midst of the flash and cacophony issuing from the Idiot Box, Jerry Orbach emerged as a singular talent, his work an oasis of depth and humanity.
Thursday, March 27 2003
Even the most casual look at the profit motive behind the war against Iraq is appalling in its brutal logic.
Tuesday, March 5 2002
During the 20-plus years he spent making cartoons for Warners, alongside such other luminaries as Fred 'Tex' Avery and Bob Clampett, Jones left an indelible mark on popular culture.
Tuesday, February 27 2007
Monday, May 1 2006
There is always something to look at in this film, even in the unsavory parts.
Tuesday, March 28 2006
It is the role that would provide Charlton Heston with fame, fortune, and the authoritative persona he now uses to convince people that hunting squirrels with AK-47s is not just a right but a duty.
Wednesday, February 15 2006
Call us the Breakfast Club Generation. We are all Molly Ringwald.
Wednesday, December 14 2005
One wishes that the creators of the series had stuck more to the spirit of the Hornblower books than the letter, but Forester's fans are in their own way as rabid as Tolkien's or J.K. Rowling's, and they must be appeased.