Here I am again, reluctantly counting my losses. Beloved, hated or just plain “Who cares?”, more celebrated people died in 2007 than any year in my memory. I always forget somebody, but here is the nucleus of the ones who will light up the headlines no more.
I suffered a particularly rough blow when Read More
Wafting in a stupor between Hulk s and Matrix es and Terminator 3 ‘s, movie critics in the summer of 2003 are living in a state of suspended animation. Searching each week for new ways to make the trash I’m sitting through sound bearable, endurable or even humorously disposable is a pretend game of debilitating Read More
Hollywood Heyday at Carnegie Hall
There are two places to see the legendary stars from the Golden Age of the Silver Screen. In Hollywood, you go to A.A. meetings. In New York, you go to Carnegie Hall.
At a recent two-concert tribute, “Carnegie Hall Celebrates the Glorious M-G-M Musicals,” the joint was jumping. Every Read More