You want risk? Try what happened at the Bay of Figs.
"Yeah, like, it was a bomb, but you know, life goes on, innit."
When an emergency takes on its own momentum the first losers are invariably personal dignity and civil rights.
David Mamet makes Campbell Scott into a bewildered virtuoso.
Trials and tribulations on the floating world in the tarry sky.
Michael Caine all but invented the anti-Bond in Furie's 1965 spy thriller.
There is spectral League of Ordinary Gentlemen available for missions intended to turn the tables on a self-centered culture unable to sense the subtle straying of its suburban young.
Nobody can fix a broken spacecraft better than Tom Hanks.
Terror, generated by Islamists and others, is a maiming surrogate for big power clashes in an era that has otherwise cancelled them.
Beevor's story of the Red Army's march on Berlin is a detailed chronicle of bravery and atrocity.
The leitmotif of Milan's ethnic restaurants is to outdo Italian food to conquer skeptics.