Article Archive for February 2010
The Berlin International Film Festival celebrated its 60th anniversary with a selection of films that were, as typical of the Festival, usually good and occasionally great.
Broadway takes a dark turn in ‘Gold Diggers of 1935′.
This “wholesome” production out-spices its Pre-Code counterpart.
The gorgeous weirdness speaks for itself.
Freud would approve of this number from ‘Sunny Side Up’.
Coffee in the national spotlight.
Watch Luis Buñuel’s ‘Death in the Garden’, featuring French stars Michel Piccoli and Simone Signoret, and see which of the following reviews you agree with.
Catch a preview of this rousing expose of the coffee industry.
The reigning monarch makes an early leap to the screen.
Irene Dunne, Judi Dench and Emily Blunt take their turns at Britain’s longest-reigning monarch.
Good Queen Bess and her cousin on the big screen.
The Virgin Queen on film.