The Shaw Festival begins its second century with an exemplary roster of entertainments, including at least one show that deserves to make the journey from pretty Niagara-on-the-Lake (Ontario, Canada) to Times Square.
Tony Curtis , the 1950s Hollywood heartthrob who won acclaim as a sleazy press agent in “Sweet Smell of Success” and earned stardom as a skirt-wearing saxophone player in “Some Like It Hot,” has died. He was 85.
Like a grisly car accident, it’s hard to avoid staring when a great actor gives a lousy performance in a horrible movie. One recent example is Michael Caine in “Harry Brown,” where the two-time Oscar winner impersonates Charles Bronson ’s vigilante from “Death Wish.”