Whether playing a fictional head of state or a real-life US president, these leading men have found themselves in the role of POTUS--some more convinc...
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How nice to have the plot of Guys and Dolls explained to me. I don't think I've seen it more than a dozen times.
Could we just keep Tina Fey and Steve Martin, and send everyone else home? "Don't fall in love with me," said Martin. Sorry, Steve. You're 35 years too late.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — Fans of this month's Academy Awards _ and nominees themselves _ are in for something new at Hollywood's biggest party, t...
The Visitor has earned Jenkins wins and nominations from various film festivals, critics groups, Hollywood guilds and the now the golden goose itself, a nomination from The Academy.
The release of Frost/Nixon... offers yet another chance to explore our obsession with this man who, for many, functions as America's Satan.
The film's plot is a contrivance -- its telling is so riddled with departures from what actually happened as to be fundamentally dishonest; and its climactic moment is purely and simply a lie.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — The Academy Awards picture cleared up a bit Thursday as "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," "Doubt" and "Frost/Nixon"...
Frank Langella as Tricky Dick was nothing short of extraordinary. He took a two-dimensional caricature in real life and made him three-dimensional on the flat screen.
Frost/Nixon renews intellectual interest in political communications history and manages to entertain and rivet the audience at the same time.
Langella: "Ron [Howard] was about as good as anyone I've ever worked with. He wants the film to be about human beings and wants it to be about the soul of people."
"No holds barred," Richard Nixon urges to David Frost as the two prepare to sit down for a series of interviews in 1977.
As "Frost/Nixon" powerfully ...
Ron Howard's film doesn't make me wish I'd seen the Broadway play on which it is based. Just the opposite: I was glad to come to it fresh, without a preconception about what it could, should or would be.
The fantastic "Frost/Nixon" opens next month, starring Brit Michael Sheen (Tony Blair in "The Queen") and Frank Langella, revisiting the roles they pl...
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