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"We were always joking around," says Robert Duvall.
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I bristle whenever Hollywood decides that it's time to remake a film from the recent past (although, with a history of cinema that only extends a little over 100 years, it's ALL the recent past).
The filmmakers seem to know a lot about addiction, but not very much about gambling.
Needless to say, certain tropes follow actor/ director/successful-son-of-a-famous father Rob Reiner around: one is the epithet
Forty-two years ago, the Oscar-winning saga about a fictional crime family was released nationally. Sonny Grosso had been hired by The Godfather's director Francis Ford Coppola to also help with the real challenges of filming the mafia family saga in New York.
The directors of the first film, Phil Lord and Chris Miller, have moved on. (They directed "21 Jump Street" and are directing
"Magic City" Season 2 premieres Friday, June 14 at 9 p.m. ET on Starz. Are you looking forward to seeing James Caan in "Magic
Please note: Screeners for new ABC series "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.," "Mind Games," "Mixology" and "Once Upon a Time
"Lost" star Naveen Andrews is back in business with ABC, having been cast in the network's new drama pilot, "Reckless." According
In more pilot news ... The drama pilot from "North Country's" Michael Seizman centers on U.S. Cyber Command, "a unit that
Caan starred in NBC's "Las Vegas" and will recur on "Magic City" Season 2. In other pilot casting news ... Kate Simses will
But Caan is not the only "Magic City" addition. Esai Morales ("NYPD Blue," "Caprica") will also join the show, playing Carlos
Americans admire plucky individuals, those who cry "Give me liberty or give me death." But how much liberty do we truly have when we cede so much power to corporations?
In the shadows of Norma Desmond-era Hollywood, just 49 steps south of James Caan's star on the Walk of Fame, is a vestige of Tinseltown's long-vanished Golden Era bar scene.
So what else is new? Find more reviews, interviews and commentary on my website. Our urban schools are screwed up; our teachers
Don't go to see it if you are looking for a movie about education, because it's not that. It's a movie you go to and then when you go home, you'll think about people in a different way, a deeper way -- maybe a better way.