The people have spoken in the election. And now that the Bushies rule the political world, it begs the question: What films should remake-happy Hollywood put into development if it wants to curry…
The intersection of Hollywood and Washington is a lush literary topic that has barely been mined, so "Celebrity-in-Chief" is at times arresting and usually fun, but thin on new ideas.
Henry Bumstead hasn't worked on every movie and with every major director in the past seven decades. It only seems that way if you look at his resume, which is among the most impressive in Hollywood.
John Boorman, the intellectual British scribe and director, has written an autobiography just as cerebral as expected. But what makes "Adventures of a Suburban Boy" an especially good read is that…
John Ozersky has successfully married academic scholarship with fun, page-turning copy, though a discerning reader will note a few nagging issues among his observations and theories.