the mummy

A few decades later, the Romance of the Mummy, by French novelist Théophile Gautier, associated for the first time eroticism
He reportedly demanded a lot of control on "The Mummy." To what end?
Personally, I feel that the elusive "peace" -- along with inseparable companions, justice and equality -- in the region will come out of what one filmmaker calls "artistic resistance."
I'll miss you, Jim. Thanks for shaping the last two decades of my life. Rest in peace knowing you were an absolute success and, with the exception of that one mall picture, you made some excellent, unforgettable movies.
Madonna is at the top of the Billboard charts, "Titanic" may be the highest-grossing movie of the week and "The Mummy," Twins, "Dumb and Dumber," "Summer School," "Anchorman," "Top Gun," "Total Recall" and even "Phantom of the Opera" are either getting sequels or being remade. Nothing is new, and that's sad.
Divorce your gaze from the spray-tanned Elizabeth Taylor and her cast of genuflecting thousands. For a cinematic glimpse of what life was like along the Nile in the glorious old and not-so-old days, check out these overlooked classics.
I won't say baba ghanoush is more beguiling and haunting than The Mummy, but it's a close-run race.
The fact that it bombed may have halted a lot of careers. (Director Fred Dekker didn't work for several years, then made