By Rhys Blakely / The Times Magazine / The Interview People You hear how it all started, and you think to yourself, “How could this kid not have become a movie star?” The child was born in Los Angeles, in a hospital with a view of the Hollywood sign. The year was 1951 and it [...]
By Jane Boursaw, Reel Life With Jane SYNOPSIS: It’s the year 2154, and the very wealthy live on a man-made space station known as Elysium, while the rest of the population resides on an apocalyptic Earth. But one man takes on a mission that could bring equality to the polarized worlds. REVIEW: If there’s one [...]
If you believe life’s a celebration, you’ll love San Antonio, Texas.
By Brittany Burchett When you make a docudrama, how much of it should be documentary and how much of it should be drama? Captain Phillips is an extraordinary accomplishment of a movie, and this is mostly achieved due to its gritty realism. But where do you sacrifice art for fact, and fact for entertainment? It’s [...]
By Barbara Petty I don’t just love The Newsroom (HBO mini-series), I am obsessed with it. Before Season Two started, I re-watched Season One over a period of two days—I was psyched and ready! For those of you who are not familiar with the show, here is a description from the official website: “From the [...]