This week in film is predictably and understandably defined by one guy in a rubber suit. Yep, I’m talkin' 'bout Batman: Reviews of "The Dark Knight Rises," "Ice Age: Continental Drift," and "To Rome with Love."
It’s an indication of Sorkin’s stature in popular culture today that he’s the only writer whose trademarks such as witty banter and walk-and-talk are so well-known that Tina Fey could parody them on 30 Rock.
Despite his success, the subject he most wanted to profile remained elusive for over 20 years. With no small amount of perseverance, Weide finally managed to persuade Woody Allen to agree to be interviewed and filmed, providing the basis for Weide's fascinating documentary premiering this week on PBS.
Since the 1980s, Susan lacy has been the prime mover behind the "American Masters" series, responsible for two of most notable episodes in the history of this distinguished treasure trove of American culture,
You could say that it started with Hank Williams. The patron saint of country music was writing his own songs, singing them and accompanying himself on the guitar at a time when Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, and other pop stars...