Review: Down on the Corner
The Wire: Depressing – but unlike a later Simon effort, Treme, the show was also addictive.
Happy birthday, Ms. Bardot. Human rights may not be your forte. But thank you for everything else.
Richard Kiel could be intimidating, but there was also something childlike about him, and 007 fans loved him.
Review: After the Avalanche
Force Majeure: Ruben Östlund finds it harder to sustain a straight story for two hours, but the acting is brilliant.
World War I is rarely an adventure in these films, perhaps because it is known as one of those wars that seems so unnecessary in hindsight.
Review: Law and Disorder
The Westerner: This is a terrific film – and Gary Cooper is very good in it.
Let’s take a look at some of this fall’s hottest races and its ads.