Once disparaged, the acting profession has risen in prestige until the great thespians are practically Lords and Ladies. What happened?
Producer-director-star Warren Beatty's noble failure; impeccable technical attributes not supported by screenplay.
The message of tolerance conveyed by the music and the movie are still as relevant today as they were in 1971.
Luck comes to an end with a great season finale, but not a lot of series closure.
Luck has a lot going for it, once one can get past the confusion and unfamiliarity of the world.
Remake of Sam Peckinpah classic offers nothing new.
2 times better than the original!
Little Fockers is a tired retread of the original concept and fails to impress on blu-ray.
Fock the focking Fockers!
A visit with a photographer that captured not only the essence of California modernism, but also twentieth-century Los Angeles