A brilliantly thrilling look back at the flowering of creativity and freethinking spirit of 1960s London, through the thoroughly charming perspective of Michael Caine.
The iconic New York newspaper columnist died this weekend.
There’s not a lot new here, but the vintage footage is fab, as is the much-needed reminder that the supposedly innocent past was hardly innocent at all.
Listen as the world’s tiniest violin plays on the soundtrack of this utterly obvious and clichéd three-quarter-life crisis dramedy.
A charm-free hero with control issues and a passive, fretful heroine have coy and tediously vanilla pretend-sex. This is meant to be erotic?
Oh, we already know how it ends! John Lennon starts a band and ends up bigger than God. Before that, though… whew. There’s a whole lotta psychosexual stuff packed into Nowhere Boy, the tale of Lennon’s adolescence in Liverpool, which may or may not be true, but it sure makes for a smashing film.
In honor to what would have been John Lennon’s 70th birthday today, a look back at one of the silliest movies ever made. And I mean that as a compliment.
Tomorrow would have been John Lennon’s 70th birthday. It is a crime against humanity that he is not still with us.
Meet the Volturi. Okay, the Beatles album cover isn’t a poster. But it serves the same purpose. And it was the first thing that popped into my head when I saw this poster for Twilight: Eclipse on a bus shelter last night. Dakota Fanning is totally John Lennon, don’tcha think?
Confused? See, it’s like this: This week we learned that Rachel Weisz will play Jackie Kennedy in an upcoming movie by Darren Aronofsky about the first lady’s life just after her husband’s assassination. And we learned that Robert Pattinson will play Kurt Cobain with Scarlett Johansson as Courtney Love in an upcoming movie from David … more…