by Bruce Chadwick
The gangster movie is not only as American as apple pie; it is better than apple pie. You finish an apple pie; the mob movie never disappears.
Shatterglass Films and Chaz Ebert are developing an Emmett Till movie based on the book “Death of Innocence: The Story of the Hate Crime That Changed America.”
SOURCE: BBC History Magazine
Professor Paul Cartledge from the University of Cambridge reviews action movie Hercules.
SOURCE: Press Release -- Producer of The Rising
Excitement building around epic motion picture that will depict events around the rebellion to end British Imperial Rule in 1916
by FRED KAPLAN
“The Unknown Known,” which opens on Friday, is structured much like “The Fog of War.” For 96 minutes Mr. Rumsfeld looks into the camera, answering, or finessing, questions about Iraq, his work for several presidents, the nature of truth and more.
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