Oh, my. We're not sure how we missed this story out of Sweden last week (which makes that country's Girl With The Dragon Tattoo read like Cinderella in comparison), but thanks to Channing Kennedy and Jorge Rivas at Color Lines, it came screaming at us this Monday morning.
So here's what appears to ... More >>
Carey Mulligan got noticed in a Broadway revival of The Seagull and then got Oscar nominated for An Education.
And now she's crazying it up in Through A Glass Darkly, an off-Broadway adaptation of Ingmar Bergman's 1961 film about a released mental patient spending a summer vacation with her ... More >>
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January 21, 1971, Vol. XVI, No. 3
Films in Focus
By Andrew Sarris
The time has not only come, it is probably long past, to survey the moviegoing year of 1970 (itself either the last year of the '60s or the first year of the '70s), to p ... More >>
We will, in the closing days of this wretched decade, list the Top Ten reasons why it sucked. Reason #10 is here. This is #9.
Name your favorite artists of the past decade.
Tough one, huh?
The Voice plays the best-of-decade game in the current issue, and we salute the fine crit ... More >>
"A mixture of orphan and clown" is what the great Natalie Wood played in 1965's musical melodrama Inside Daisy Clover, but that could also describe Natalie herself--a porcelain anti-waif whose radioactive spunk seemed to be a compensation for never quite feeling she was good enough or truly b ... More >>
The new Woody Allen film, Whatever Works -- his 40th for those keeping count -- signals a return for the filmmaker in more ways than one. For starters, it is his first film to shoot on location in New York since Melinda and Melinda in 2004, interrupting a half-decade European vacation during which ... More >>