“I went astray from the straight road and woke to find myself alone in a dark wood,” reads Don Draper, the Hawaii sun reddening his hairy chest, early in the Season 6 premiere of AMC’s “Mad Men.”
“Hitchcock,” director Sacha Gervasi’s lively stroll through the id of a murder-obsessed genius, is a lot more fun than “The Girl,” HBO’s recent portrait of the artist as an old pervert.
Michael Winner, who died today, was a successful movie director before he started writing about restaurants for the Sunday Times, where his self-professed ignorance about food never inhibited him from trenchant views.
While attending college in the early 1970s, I got a job as an extra on “ The Exorcist ,” one of the most terrifying movies ever made. Ever since, I’ve been intrigued by films about demonic possession.
Anthony Hopkins wears a lot of white and cream-colored outfits in Woody Allen ’s “ You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger .” They don’t symbolize purity.
A skinny brunette from Slovakia poses for a photographer-pimp so she can become an escort girl and make some easy money.
Cool summers and cheaper costs have driven Woody Allen to base his new movie in London once again. This time, he really captures the spirit of the place.
Think divorce is hard on the kids? Imagine what it does to a romantic comedy.
The horror film “The Rite” opened in first place at U.S. and Canadian theaters, taking in $15 million for Time Warner Inc. ’s Warner Bros.
Robert Redford was staying with the writer Michael Feeney Callan in Dublin when he requested a night on the town sampling Guinness in a busy pub.