Philip Seymour Hoffman
Interrupting the narrative momentum and asking the audience to wait a year for the conclusion may make commercial sense, but it also undermines and dilutes the theatrical experience.
Chris discusses last night’s Super Bowl, the commercials, President Obama’s interview with Bill O’Reilly and the latest news surrounding New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. He talks to John Camilleri from Harmelin Media, Michael Bronstein and Jeff Roe on the Monday Morning Matchup, CBS 3’s Beasley Reece, and Jeffrey Rosen from the National Constitution Center.
This first sequel delves deeper into the resonant themes introduced in its predecessor, expands the mythology, reflects the horrors in its titular “entertainment,” and further fleshes out the primary characters.
KYW’s Bill Wine picks the likely winners of best-actor and best-supporting-actor Oscars at this Sunday’s Academy Awards ceremony.
With two scintillating performances as its chief pleasure, why isn’t ‘The Master’ more masterful?
With the escapist summer movie season in the books, the 2012 Oscar races will soon be coming into view as the serious-minded fall feature films taxi down the runway.
“The Ides of March” is a completely absorbing political drama as well as a morality tale about integrity and loyalty, soul-selling and seduction, compromise and corruption, and betrayal.
Even folks who don’t cherish the game should enjoy ‘Moneyball’, but not as much as their baseball-loving friends.