Wednesday, January 17 2007
The lofty political rhetoric disguising base power-grabbing in Rome is all too familiar in a contemporary US context.
Monday, November 28 2005
If there is a civics lesson to be gleaned from Rome, it is to beware the passions inflamed by a government in the midst of an identity crisis.
Monday, April 26 2004
When the men's opposition is revealed in its tenderest moments, you recall that Weir's work can be supple and strange.
Thursday, November 13 2003
When Master and Commander allows for deviance from such straight-ahead expectations, it is more interesting than when it heaves ho for the thrill-kill.