Monday, May 3 2010
Higgins’ message, about crime’s futility and the falseness of its glamour as portrayed by Mario Puzo and Francis Coppola, is an important one, and his book more than succeeds in conveying it.
Tuesday, August 11 2009
This wonderfully recreates the subterranean world of New York in the '60s, when Beatniks, jazz musicians, and existential dropouts began to rub up against the old-school underworld of the city.
Tuesday, October 9 2007
Sunday, June 10 2007
Man, there's something really satisfying about hitting someone.
Tuesday, May 31 2005
There's a thin line between seriousness and self-parody in heavy metal. Zakk Wylde knows exactly where that line is.
Wednesday, March 24 2004
The plot is markedly less clichéd than that of The Getaway, which steals relentlessly and less interestingly from Ritchie and Quentin Tarantino's films.