Critics go kooky in slamming the amiable Dolittle.
Now streaming on the Criterion Channel, the 1970 post-apocalyptic movie proves that all fiction about the future is about the past.
An individual should never be forced to be a spokesperson for their gender, sexuality, or race.
R & M pause in a Buffalo hotel room for a brief moment of peace.
Where country clubs and golf courses used to bloom, George Washington once marched.
Perhaps there's a legitimate reason for the Academy snubbing a film the critics love.
Trump, Markle, and Virginia show the way.
The things a president does, and can get away with, are open to revision.
Plus, 1994 miniseries of The Stand found lacking.
We live in an age of dialectical tensions.
We saw our futures in these men.
Jeff Lemire’s graphic novel Frogcatchers is the product of a mid-life crisis.
The author offers an Orwellian approach to handling the Deplorables.
Archaic titles claimed by franchises turn a blind eye to the past state of basketball compared with the modern game.
"No! Leave me be! Please, please! Leave me be!"
Searching for love in all the wrong places.
Banning books in public libraries is only the tip of the iceberg.
Paleocon Diary (#206).
The best part of growing old is being allowed to fail.
A full talk and Q&A at Yale University from February 25, 1997.
From the official soundtrack of Uncut Gems (in theaters now).
The breakout star from Once Upon a Time in Hollywood talks about her work in the film.
Dick Cavett and guests react and respond to RFK's assassination and discuss America's violent reputation and the Vietnam War.
On working with Greta Gerwig, how to pronounce "Midsommar," and more.
The filmmaker talks about Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and much more in this two and a half hour interview.
The two comedians talk about Iran, from extrajudicial assassinations, to the Islamic Revolution in 1979, and much more.
The late singer on The John Davidson Show in early 1970.
The veteran BBC film critic on the Safdies' and Sandler's triumph.
A conversation with Charlie Rose.
A conversation with Larry King.