The latest magnum opus from Ken Burns, “The Roosevelts: An Intimate History,” premieres on PBS as a seven-night, 14-hour extravaganza airing Sunday through Saturday (Sept. 14-20) at 8 p.m. EDT.
BC-US–Film Review-The Drop,1st Ld-Writethru/720 (Eds: Links new photos. An AP Member Exchange. Film opens Friday. With AP Photos.) Review: ‘The Drop’ is sharp, character-rooted JOHN DeFORE, The Hollywood Reporter LOS ANGELES (AP) — The kind of solid, honest-feeling, mean-streets movie you might think they only make in Boston these days, Michael R. Roskam’s “The Drop” […]
“If that word had stayed in, it would probably have been so offensive we wouldn’t even be watching it anymore,” he said.
If first-time director Michael Berry only hints at deeper levels of conflict rather than exploring them, he has made a respectable B picture.
“It looked like something out of Exodus,” remembers an American soldier in the film.
Writer-director Peter Glanz, making his debut feature, is clearly a Woody Allen fan; he uses the same jazzy-type music to accompany his dreamily appealing views of New York City, and he likes psychoanalysis scenes, too.
Here, Brosnan plays Peter Devereaux, who in his day was known for his unwillingness to form personal attachments that could compromise his duties.
Americans are increasingly engaging in a practice known as television binge-watching — going through several episodes of a TV show in a single stretch.