“Got you, gorilla!” he‘d shout, or, more boldly, “Shalom!”
He anticipated post-modernism, the implications of AIDS, and aspects of the consequences of Jihad.
“If you want to be in this business,” howled my editor, “you’ve got to know hate."
Many great sets and much pretty Italy, but talented the movie isn't.
Michelangelo Merisi, otherwise known as Caravaggio, died on Monte Argentario, the rocky promontory north of Rome.
Verona's Arena was built of pink marble with a façade of pink and white limestone from nearby Valpolicella.
It's Gilead as in Gilead, Iowa in Marilynne Robinson's saga of the 1950s and family torment.
Auster stretches his Brooklyn-based magic a little thin in a novel about a man tidying up the end of life.
Secrets, lies, sex, drugs, and Kevin Bacon, with Atom Egoyan directing traffic.
Donner still has the touch, thanks to weary Willis and hyperkinetic Mos Def.
There's a nasty little satire stirring amid all this fine white trash.