Articles in Culture and Criticism
It's been A YEAR since we all read something together? That's terrible.
The curtain fell on Romeo with a sprained thumb, a good deal of hair on his sleeve, Juliet in rags and two white shoes lying in the corner of the stage! — Kate Reignolds, Booth's …
I read about Leo Lerman's journals in The New Yorker, I think.
It's the little things about Her.
Do you have a crazy long waist, and like the optical illusion of a higher and smaller one?
Update, 19 December 2013: Wheat have a winner.
Terrence Malick's storytelling style is so valuable; it creates so many opportunities and points of view. It opens things up. But it opens itself up to parody so easily, and it's difficult for any other …
Woody Grant (Bruce Dern), a disheveled and mulishly taciturn alcoholic, is determined to get from Billings, MT to Lincoln, NE to collect the magazine sweepstakes he's sure he's won.
Movies' understanding of "working class" or "poor" interiors doesn't work; it's distracting. I'm talking about the physical design of the homes, the tables and couches. The implication is that the character or family in question …
Augh! I love Breton; I love Town House; I just had Club Crackers with my red-pepper soup at lunch!