What troubles is not that Buckley would question a verdict, but that he so eagerly assumed the mantle of friend and confessor to Edgar…
Elia Kazan’s Wild River celebrates a virtue needed more than ever under the Covid regime.
If colds disappeared, we would lose one of life’s most valuable little trials.
A new look at "Slaughterhouse Five" examines the intersection of the writer's personal and political lives.
The Last Picture Show is not only as unremittingly bleak as any great film ever made in America but also startlingly prescient.
How could a writer so attuned to some values be ignorant of so many others?
The film about a trio of soldiers returning to a small hometown delivers a nuanced portrayal of the hardships of war.
An entertaining new account of Churchill's life combines historical retelling and family soap opera.