Gary Oldman, as screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz, dials it up another notch again, and the cast around him never lets him falter.
These burgers are beloved – found on many a best list. And they really do hold up to their reputation.
*** Movie: My Night At Maud’s Year: 1969 Director: Eric Rohmer *** A REVIEW This black-and-white French flick is part of director Eric Rohmer’s “Moral Tale” series, six movies that explore the themes of romance and desire. My Night At Maud’s is one of the middle films – and some argue his best. If you’re into good dialogue … Continue reading My Night At Maud’s – An Efficiently Fast-N-True Movie Review
We’re taking a look at March 20th’s Doom Eternal. (It’s a late review, I know.)
Have you heard the latest albums from High On Stress, Fiona Apple, The Pack A.D., Jungle Brothers, and Blushh?
Based on the true story of journalist Tom Junod and Mr. Rogers, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood does a touching kindness to its viewers in Mr. Rogers fashion.
Slaphappy fun courtesy of a younger, zanier Woody Allen.