Wednesday, July 9 2014
Operation Petticoat, one of post-war America's more popular war flicks, is an example of the era's basically conservative teases.
Thursday, October 27 2011
A beautiful archetype of tragic misunderstanding, Holly moves us and touches us, not because of her troubled personal history but because of the honesty with which the dreamlike Audrey Hepburn plays her.
Monday, April 27 2009
I hate it when a film takes a brilliant literary work and turns it into what it thinks the literary work should be.
Monday, January 26 2009
In many respects, this is a love letter to a tony, cosmopolitan New York which perhaps never existed, a Big Apple devoid of muggings, racial strife, or transit strikes.
Tuesday, February 21 2006
I suppose we should just count ourselves fortunate Capote didn't write any Indian characters into Breakfast at Tiffany's, otherwise Blake Edwards might have asked Peter Sellers to break out the boot polish.
Tuesday, June 17 2003
When the villain's dead and the feds go home, Kelly, Toby, and Lisa will still be adrift in a world of strange, hostile males, all waving their missiles at any attractive target who happens by.