Nice to know that some Hollywooders have, apparently, happy marriages.
I agree: there was absolutely no reason to remake this movie.
Ben Harp: You're a real blue flame special, aren't you, son? Young, dumb and full of come, I know. What I don't know is how you got assigned here. Guess we must just have ourselves an asshole shortage, huh?
Johnny Utah: [quietly] Not so far.
Kyle Smith at the New York Post makes a pretty convincing case that Mr. Clooney's box office results don't match his reputation.
Clooney isn’t even a movie star. He’s just a guy who keeps getting highly paid to make movies nobody wants to see.
"Life moves pretty fast. You don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it," "I'll be back," and others.
The man was very, very good. His performance in Charlie Wilson's War was especially excellent.
The TL;DR version: as of the time I'm composing this post, he's alive. And there's a Web site where you can find out, at any given second, whether he still is.
A fine movie now made just a teensy bit better.
This needed to be said. Good for her.
"I was lucky," she says. Keaton made a name for herself during a decade of great '70s comedies and dramas. Are today's young actresses, all coming of age in the superhero era, less fortunate? "No! Not at all! Are you kidding?" she bursts. "I don't agree that there's a lack of female roles. To me, it just seems as if everything's expanding and there are many more opportunities. When you consider everything that's happened with television, YouTube, social media, all the different ways that stories are being told — no, I think if anything, it's a much better time. Everybody should be taking advantage of it!
Longer than I would have guessed.
A list of movies that could well offer hope to those who worry about the current state of our K-12 schools.
I've only seen The New Public, which I liked. My family has also seen Waiting for Superman, which they liked.
I look forward to seeing If You Build It, which will be available from Amazon in June.