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December 2012 Archives

The passing of Jack Klugman and Charles Durning, two actors with decades of fine performances in movies and television, reminds us that they made very significant contributions in other ways as well.  The New York Times points out that both […]

My last contest of the year is a BIG one!  I have five copies of the delightful Pitch Perfect to give away!  I didn’t love the movie, primarily because of some unnecessary gross-out humor.  But I do love the brilliantly talented […]

Listen for Judy singing “rainbows” instead of “reindeer.”

From “Arthur Christmas:”

Everyone who grew up in Chicago in the 50’s knows and loves this one:

How do you solve a problem like Tarantino? The prodigiously talented writer/director is a master of style, sensation, and a uniquely muscular kind of cinematic storytelling that builds on a stunning ability to mash up high and low art in […]

Fair warning: I seem to be impervious to the appeal of “Les Misérables.”  I was not a fan of the stage show or the songs, but I understand that it is the most popular musical of all time, and I […]