A spirited 'Les Miserables' at Weston
I wonder if there is anyone out there who hasn't seen the Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schnberg mega-musical "Les Misrables." Well you could have counted me among the missing, that is, until last Sunday ...
Movie monkeys around with the truth
A visit to Dayton, Tenn., undermines the story in the classic Stanley Kramer movie, "Inherit the Wind." I had long wanted to visit Dayton, Tenn., the town that tried schoolteacher John Scopes.
Cranky Hanke's Screening Room: Are We Anti-Anti-War Movies?
"I've already paid a month's rent on a battlefield."
Over the past year, there's been a variety of movies taking a stance against the War in Iraq - a war for which public support has been pretty constantly eroding. via Mountain Xpress
- CSI' spin can't sustain - Jekyll & Hyde' remake
"They weren't thrilled. I'm not saying I would have done it, either, but it was certainly something that would be interesting."
Robert Louis Stevenson's timeless 1886 story of "Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde" has been told so often that I foolishly believed the ION Television must have found some extraordinary reason to hire a production company ... via Buffalo News
Death Takes a Bow
Playbill's resident historian Louis Botto explores plays that deal with "undiscovered country" - death. via Playbill
That Was the Week That Was
"Just so you know, we're ashamed that the President of the United States is from Texas."
Entertainment highlights during the week of March 9-15:
1947: 'The Best Years Of Our Lives' was named best picture at the Oscars. Fredric March won the best actor award for his role in that movie.
1965: Neil Simon's play 'The Odd Couple' opened on Broadway.
1969: Paul McCartney and Linda Eastman were married in a civil ceremony in London.
1970: 'Aquarius/Let The Sun Shine In' by the Fifth Dimension was named Record of the Year at the Grammys.
1975: Singers George Jones and Tammy Wynette were divorced. Read more
Gold Derby by Tom O'Neil Day-Lewis is 8th double Oscar lead actor With his win tonight, Daniel Day-Lewis becomes the eighth man to win matching best actor Oscar bookends, having won his first in 1989 for "My ... via Glodderby
Ron Galloway: The End of Wall Street
It seems fitting that the very same week that Citibank and Merrill Lynch go begging hat in hand to foreign investors to bail them out of the sub-prime debacle, the Chicago Merc is recognized as the dominant ... via The Huffington Post
2007: The Year of Living Useless
"If I don't come back with the biggest story you've ever seen, you can put me back in short pants and make me marble editor!"
"For his good and the good of The Morning Star , I intend to remove him from the land of the living!" hollers Walter Connolly's Oliver Stone in the 1937 screwball comedy Nothing Sacred about star reporter Wally ... via The Common Ills
'It's a Wonderful Life,' the Academy Awards and fearless Oscar predictions
"Away From Her"), Javier Bardem for supporting actor for "No Country"
One of the best things about the holidays? Watching Jimmy Stewart suffer. He's just brilliant in "It's a Wonderful Life," and NBC presents the 1946 classic at 8 p.m. Friday on WESH-Channel 2. But as great as ... via The TV Guy
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