The blogosphere being what it is, I’m sure the expiration date on Golden Globes commentary has passed.
I’ve just been formally relieved of TCA Press Tour duties by my colleague Alan Sepinwall, who will be covering the second half.
“When I was a kid, there was a tremendous saturation of westerns on television,” said Hill.” “All things pass.”
At a Court TV dinner, James Ellroy said he’d seen three hours of unedited footage from The Black Dahlia.
Also check out Armond White’s column, in which he beats down Woody Allen.
First, a note on terminology: contrapuntal narration is a specific type of narration that is not merely decorative or functional.
Stanley Kubrick’s 1975 epic Barry Lyndon is perhaps his most uncompromising work.
Other people direct movies. Terrence Malick builds cathedrals.
My grandfather believed that no journey, however seemingly circuitous or self-destructive, was ever truly unnecessary, or even avoidable.