Man, I miss Robin Williams.
A visiting dignitary, a CIA agent, a Nazi spy, Japanese tourists, an assassin and a group of “midget” actors from The Wizard of Oz check into a Los Angeles hotel.
Directed by: Ron Howard
Two Tuesdays ago, Marvel unleashed its mighty line-up. 11 films over 5 years. And it’s a ton to process. But notice no Hulk movie. You see, the Incredible Hulk’s an incredible mess.
Forget “Christmas in July”. Try “St. Patrick’s Day in October.” God, that’s a mouthful.
Directed by: Kevin Williamson Starring: Helen Mirren, Katie Holmes, Barry Watson, Marisa Coughlan Running Time: 1 hour, 36 mins.
Capping off his Dreyfuss trilogy, Always is somehow the Spielberg joint that Time forgot.
The Dead Sea Scrolls. Mecca & Medina. St. Peter’s Square. Yearly, the faithful flock to connect with symbols and sites that dig deep in their cultural DNA. But, where shall the god-less go? For pilgrims who’ve ever culled soul-shaping parables out of pop-songs, cineplexes or TiVo, this column’s for you. For any believers as teary-eyed…
Nina Boucicault. Pauline Chase. Zena Dare. Maude Adams. Mary Martin. From 1904 to 2013, from West End to Broadway to NBC, Peter Pan is perpetually portrayed by a woman on stage. Why?