Saving Mr. Banks
The new film "Saving Mr. Banks" is earning acclaim for its warts-and-all depiction of the infamously fractured relationship between Walt Disney and "Mary Poppins" scribe P.L. Travers, but some reviewers have pointed to the fact that the film glosses over Travers' alleged bisexuality.
As a mother, I feel caught between this yearning for happy endings and my sense that it is my job to stand for reality. I want to raise a son who retains his sensitivity but is resilient enough to cope. If only we could sip reality in small doses -- a spoonful of sugar to help us cope with tough times.
"Well, I met Sandy Bullock at an awards thing a couple years ago, and she said to me, 'If I were gay, you’d be the one,'" she
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If she is gonna win, it's gotta be the best she's ever done, Chris! (Sorry.)
Portraying Julie Andrews, who won the 1965 Academy Award for Best Actress, to virtually spit-spot accuracy, is actress Victoria Summer.
In the immortal words of Jay Z, you crazy for this one, Golden Globes!
Rather, the festival has made its goal to expand the global market for films from the Arab world - and to develop the resources
In "Saving Mr. Banks," Schwartzman plays legendary songwriter Richard Sherman. Sherman himself might have rubbed off on Schwartzman
Hancock is not an adventurous director, but this is not an adventurous film. It is, however, so entertaining that it will win you over. In fact, it did the nearly impossible; it made me want to see Mary Poppins again.