Wednesday, September 17 2014
'Walt Before Skeezix' offers an in-depth look at the early days of 'Gasoline Alley' in a beautifully-presented volume.
Tuesday, September 16 2014
Judge Judy has been on the air for almost 20 years now, a legacy that continues to be built on the exploitation of others.
Watching Michelle Yeoh fight on screen is like watching Fred Astaire dance: simply beautiful.
Silly sexual politics prevent this film from being a bona fide classic.
Circle the Wagen begins with the end in mind, and suffers as a result.
Monday, September 15 2014
The third track on Green Day's 2004 opus blends its social commentary and coming-of-age narrative into a single explosion that's both powerful and profound.
In Last Days in Vietnam, archival footage is both thrilling and heartbreaking, at once emblematic of the broader saga of so many mistakes set against so many heroic efforts.
I found A Girl Is a Half-Formed Thing to be the literary equivalent of a shot of blackest espresso: sharp, jolting, and acidic.
The 'Marshall McLuhan' message borne by the MP3 revolution is clear: music is endlessly plentiful and entirely disposable. So what's the message of streaming?
Mostly Other People Do the Killing have taken on an ambitious task: recreate Miles Davis' landmark Kind of Blue note for note. Except, as bassist Moppa Elliott notes, note-for-note might just be impossible.