Apr. 28, 2016 at 12:00am | By Stephanie Merry |Permalink
Mid-20th-century Paris doesn’t look exactly as you’ve seen it in the imaginative, animated April and the Extraordinary World. People travel by bicycle-propelled dirigibles, and the city boasts two Eiffel Towers, side by side.
Apr. 21, 2016 at 1:19pm | By Robert Philpot |Permalink
If you do an Internet Movie Database character search for “John F. Kennedy,” you’ll turn up such oddities as an episode from a 1986 Twilight Zone reboot and a short, presumably satirical movie called The Zapruder Film ȁ...
Apr. 14, 2016 at 12:00am | By Michael Phillips |Permalink
Sony Pictures Classics
With musical biopics, so often the most crucial element — the music — becomes a solo act, accompanied by little to nothing in the way of strong visual corollaries. You get the outline of a tormented genius’ life, and a misguided, reverential sense of respect, but no cinema, n...
Apr. 21, 2016 at 12:00am | By Cary Darling |Permalink
Someday, in the not-too-distant future, a writing teacher will hold up a copy of the novel A Hologram for the King by acclaimed author Dave Eggers and use it as Exhibit A as why not every book, no matter how beloved, should be turned in a movie.