Wednesday, April 23 2008
This is a solid throwback to an era where the scope and poetry of the eloquent imagery were the only things that mattered.
Monday, August 9 2004
'The truth is,' says Martha Coolidge, 'we all have to take care of ourselves before we do anything else.'"
Sunday, January 1 1995
Granted, psycho villains per se are not news. But that's sort of the point with Don -- perversely, he's hyper-aware of his ordinariness, his conformity to expectations of the people around him who submit and look away when he's in the room, like you're told to do when a mad dog approaches.
Adam (Nick Nolte) is introduced on screen with the title, 'America's First Billionaire' (this is the level of overstatement to which the film resorts repeatedly, not trusting its audience to follow even the simplest plot points).