I cannot recommend strongly enough that readers of this site check out Esquire‘s recent profile of film-critic Roger Ebert. I knew that medical issues had robbed Mr. Ebert of the use of his voice, but I had no idea just how much he has been though over these past 3-4 years.
Back in 2003-2004, Pocket Books released a terrific series of novels entitled The Lost Era that chronicled the approximately seventy-five years between Captain Kirk’s death in Star Trek: Generations and the launch of the Enterprise-D in “Encounter at Farpoint,” the p
After watching Michael Moore’s latest (and last?) film, Capitalism: A Love Story (read my review here), I started thinking about his previous movies. Despite my enjoyment of his work, I realized that I’d never actually seen his very first film: Roger & Me. Hello, Netflix! Rele
Hope you enjoyed my thoughts about season 2 of Lost! Here are some of my favorite and least-favorite moments: “Boy when you say beginning, you mean beginning.” Favorite Episodes: 2.3 “Orientation” — What a wonderfully bizarre and perplexing episode. W
Last week I began my look back at Lost with my thoughts on Season 1. Time now to move on to season 2! “This is not your island. This is OUR island.” There’s a whole heck of a lot to enjoy in season 2 of Lost. I had a great time revisiting this season during [&h
I’ve been reading Drew McWeeny’s writings about film for, oh, probably a decade now. I first found his work when he wrote for Aintitcoolnews.com, though these days he has a terrific blog over at Hitfix.com. The dude has some sharp opinions, and while I’m not alwa