the normal-ification of a Plaza weirdo is a true tragedy.
A smash on Broadway, then a smash in Hollywood, Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire features some of the most iconic acting in the history of both. Producer Charles K. Feldman gathered director Elia Kazan and actors Marlon Brando, Kim Hunter, and Karl Malden from the original stage production, and brought Vivien Leigh from the London production, […]
Honesty, Humanity, Apes.
In this anachronistic period piece about Medieval nuns and witches, the merkin budget is high.
“Preferably I would not have to do interviews.”
A strange film that reminds us to respect the dignity of life.
A culture-clashing rom-com about a woman in a coma and the Muslim man who fell for her (and her parents).
A small story removed from the context of the big story.
Making spirits bright?
Not since Harry Potter has a sci-fi/fantasy series been this satisfying.