Martin Scorsese captures the exquisite agony and pleasure of passion that’s forced to remain theoretical.
This disc correctly insists that the film is an astonishing achievement that belongs in the canon of classic American cinema.
At Home at the Zoo, the last name Albee picked for one of his works, carries as much weight as one can ask of a name.
The focus of Whit Stillman’s film is a psychologically authentic and painfully parasitic female relationship.
Dr. Gregory House returns for a third season in the show that bears his name and, at first, he’s surprisingly less of a curmudgeon.