James Stewart

By Meg Scharf, UCF Forum columnist Toward the end of an old favorite film, “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance” (1962), a newspaper
Writing in the New York Times earlier this month, James B. Stewart looked at the evolution of the higher education ratings
Whether they've been typecast as feckless bumblers, incurable workaholics, lone wolves or toxic bachelors in the past, some guys know when to snap into dad mode. At the right age and mindset when the right role comes along, they step up and take the challenge. And it can pay off big.
More than a century ago, people across the world passed in front of the Lumières' camera. Some stared, trying to divine its purpose. Others tried to avoid the contraption, preferring to slip out of view.
It's the chance to kiss on a turning point as the magical minute marks both happy endings and new beginnings with a brush of the lips. That kiss can be consequential. It can be a movie kiss.
The socialites warmly welcomed the war hero; in turn, he found solace in a milieu antithetical to the hell of war.
The first Supercross race to take place anywhere in the Northeast in 23 years is now in the record books.
Should artists be called on to solve murders? In the classic romantic conception, the artist is an outsider, a wounded soul
Imagine a version of It's a Wonderful Life, only the main character is not George Bailey (James Stewart) a bank executive
One day after it was revealed that plans are in motion for a sequel to "It's A Wonderful Life," LIFE Magazine has revealed
One of the most interesting things about Ziad Doueiri's The Attack is the retrospection. The film is based on a novel by
It's a point of pride that no other city has so many good movies set in it as New York. Even a cursory Google search yields literally hundreds of titles shot here.
There are some seasons that open with a bang (hunting season comes to mind), and others that are nothing more than a bunt. For the 2013 Monster Energy AMA Supercross season opener at Angel's Stadium in Anaheim, CA, fans were treated to a deafening bang.
Christmas movies are a genre unto themselves: between live-action and animated features, there are literally hundreds of titles out there. Inevitably, some are pretty bad, others amusingly cheesy.
Nothing completes the holiday experience more than an extra serving of Frank Capra's yule-tide yarn, It's A Wonderful Life. But for Karolyn Grimes, who played little Zuzu Bailey, it has become a wonderful full-time job.
There are sentimentalists out therehappy to spend much of the Christmas season looking for It's a Wonderful Life screenings. For them, Anthony E. Palermo has adapted the beloved screenplay as a one-hour radio play.
While writers may welcome the Oulipian challenge of crafting prose fit for a tweet, Twitter isn't the first outlet for experimental publishing. And it likely isn't the last.
2012 hasn't exactly been the best for building the self-esteem of top level American motocross, but there is light at the end of the tunnel: the Monster Energy Cup.
Last weekend, the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championships kicked off the 2012 series at Hangtown near Sacramento, CA and the racing delivered in a big way.