Two cheerfully depraved, manically depressed former child stars angle for a comeback: 21st-century Laurel and Hardy.
Let the dead rest.
Mesmerizing — more morally and dramatically sophisticated and paranoid than I thought Spielberg had in him.
Rip Van Winkle wakes up, reviews season one of The Apprentice.
It is that underground river of minds, that cultural collective unconscious now becoming conscious, surfacing with explosive, firehose force on Blogger, LiveJournal, and YouTube.
A well-known principle of evolution is that predator and prey refine each other. The same thing happens in advertising.
Tenacity is the mother of invention. And Central Casting just may be the father.
Traditions can allow embellishments or simplifications, but not ideas — not even self-evident truths — so new or foreign that they would pull it apart.
A look at Carrie as a parable.