Tom Ripley, my favorite psychopath, has figured in numerous movies but none better than Rene Clement’s “Purple Noon” (1960).
“The Conjuring,” a demonic possession tale from Time Warner Inc.’s New Line Cinema, opened as the top film in the U.S. and Canadian theaters over the weekend, collecting $41.9 million in ticket sales.
John Malkovich’s brilliant production of “Les Liaisons Dangereuses” could pass for a contemporary tale of malice and malaise among the disengaged rich. It fairly reeks of lust and menace sprouted from boredom.
John Malkovich, in silk knickers, wig and waistcoat, plays Casanova in Michael Sturminger and Martin Haselbock’s intriguing show “The Giacomo Variations.”
John Malkovich plays Casanova, live mutant worms at the World Science Festival and David Hockney’s juggling video installation are among Muse weekend highlights.
John Malkovich returns to the stage as an Austrian serial killer known for targeting prostitutes.
Few characters in world literature are more sinister than the Marquise de Merteuil and the Vicomte de Valmont.
It looked like Keira Knightley was heading for a banana-tumble when she boldly decided to swap the movies for the London stage in 2009.
In “The Infernal Comedy,” John Malkovich takes the stage as a seductive Austrian serial killer.
Movie producer Mark Ciardi loves underdogs, which is why “ Secretariat ” focuses more on the horse’s owner than the legendary thoroughbred.