David and Cameron continue their discussion of actress Kim Stanley with a look at two rare television plays by Horton Foote.
Continuing David and Cameron’s overview of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof with a look at the famous Elizabeth Taylor / Paul Newman film version.
Cameron and David continue their discussion, focusing here on the Katharine Hepburn version for television.
Already a byword for spectacular failure, David and Cameron find the movie of CATS even worse than expected.
The popular Facebook game becomes a platform to share some of my favorite film memories.
Taking a Facebook game to the next level, I’m sharing some quirky but heartfelt choices.
With this flawed but powerful new work, Opera Philadelphia is on a significant upward trajectory.
Stephen Frears’ film isn’t a great movie, but it’s a sweet and surprisingly touching one.
I really want to love director Todd Haynes, whose interests and sensibilities are so much like mine that he must be my […]
The celebrity memoir isn’t a genre I care much about, but I had so enjoyed Frank Langella’s Dropped Names that, when I […]