What is surprising, at least for me, is my immediate thought upon hearing of Rohmer’s death.
Despite the outrageous prices and rude patrons, I still prefer to watch movies where they were intended to be seen: in the movie theater.
It is fitting that she sings a blues number, for Bleek Gilliam has had plenty of reasons to have the blues.
The series runs from February 23—March 2.
Barbara Stanwyck needed only a look to inform you of her characters’ less than noble intentions.
The film does its potential detractors a great service by wearing its plot right out on its sleeve.
When people speak of Hitchcock, they usually refer to the Master of Suspense’s movies.
Where Bob Fosse edited to the dance, Michael Mann edits to the music underscoring his glossy depictions of extreme violence.
Society says that real men don’t eat quiche, and they don’t cry.
Where one film dramatizes and fulfills its own prophecy, the other ignores the apparition in the corner of the room.
In honor of what would have been Billy Wilder’s 100th birthday, NYC’s Film Forum is currently hosting a retrospective titled “Essential Wilder.”
Mel Blanc gets lots of credit for his work with Looney Tunes, all of it deserved.
Joe Eszterhas and Adrian Lyne have each made one good movie: Flashdance
Wilder’s movies are full of greedy characters out for themselves no matter what the cost.