Despite the film’s frustrations, it must be acknowledged that Anderson — a master of the multi-strand, multi-character, multi-meaning plot — is the perfect director to adapt Pynchon, in terms of both craft and spirit.
This is a story about a man who’s become disconnected from his work and is looking for a change.
More than 50 years after “The Ten Commandments” sandals are back in style.
Shakespeare mentions high heels in “Hamlet,” former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg praised them and fashion designers from Dior to Manolo Blahnik have bewitched women and men with their versions.
“David Letterman has given to all of us a remarkable legacy of achievement and creative brilliance that will never be forgotten,” said Leslie Moonves, CBS Corp. president and CEO. “It’s going to be tough to say goodbye, but I know we will all cherish the shows leading up to Dave’s final broadcast in May.”
Producer Stephanie Allain confirmed Monday that she and producer Tracey Bing are developing “Southside With You,” a drama about the first summer afternoon the Obamas spent together.
“Peter Pan Live!” simply never flew.
The Navajo Nation Museum announced this week that it’s teaming up with Walt Disney Studios to dub the movie “Finding Nemo” in Navajo.
Miss Julie was taught by her unconventional mother that she is equal to all men, and that she should hate them.
But during “Still Alice,” watching the vital, sharply intelligent woman played by Julianne Moore slowly cede her mental faculties — and, most painfully, her identity — to Alzheimer’s disease, I found myself frequently needing to gulp in big breaths of air, merely to steel myself for the next scene.