Portraying presidents on screen is always tricky. Crass imitation makes the thing look like a comedy skit, but completely ignoring the mannerisms and voice that people know doesn't work either. There have been some laughingly inept acting jobs when it comes to the 44 people who have been the countr ... More >>
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In 1981, Chinese ballet dancer Li Cunxin made national news when he defected to the U.S. to join the Houston Ballet. The Chinese and U.S. governments faced off over the issue, and Vice President George Bush ended up intervening -- and prevailing. Cunxin went on to dance with the Houston Ballet for t ... More >>
I'm Not There and the changing face of Bob Dylan on film
In Capote, a murder leads to a masterpiece leads to an undoing
Racing Stripes is strictly for kids. More precisely, it's not for them either.
Annette Bening brings down the house as an aging star unwilling to fade
Even those who don't remember the Cuban missile crisis will know how it ends, long before Days does
Atom Egoyan asks who's to blame for a tragedy. But he offers no answers.
Atom Egoyan, Canada's poet laureate of cinematic gloom, courts mainstream popularity