Bojangles

Is it possible that anybody hasn't heard the lyric: I knew a man Bojangles/And he danced for you/In worn out shoes... ? It's a terrific song (Mr. Bojangles) that has been recorded by everyone from Bob Dylan to  ...

Long Day’s Journey Into Night

Our review of the 2003 Broadway production with Vanessa Redgrave For Eugene O'Neill, Long Day's Journey Into Night was an act of contrition and a personal confrontation with his tumultuous family history.  ...

Revelations: Paradise Lost 2

The Thin Blue Line - Errol Morris's documentary about Randall Dale Adams, the man wrongly convicted of murdering a Dallas policeman in 1976 - may be the only film in history instrumental in freeing an innocent man from death  ...

Napoleon

Napoleon. The role of the French Emperor and ruler of Europe has been played by more actors in more movies than any other historical figure. So it might be expected that a four-hour documentary on the man would provide  ...

The Sopranos

It's been nearly a year since Big Pussy went to sleep with the fishes, an eternity for fans of The Sopranos forced to make do with perpetual reruns and the recent DVD release of the show's first season while  ...

Great Expectations

Online references on Charles Dickens Patchwork-Look Velvety Chenille Tapestry Carpet Bag with Shoulder Strap Internet Movie Database lists seven different versions of Great Expectations including this new interpretation made by the BBC  ...

The Unknown Peter Sellers

Those who know Peter Sellers only through his long-running stint as the bumbling Inspector Clouseau of the Pink Panther series would do well to watch for this AMC special in their TV Guides. While longtime fans may find it  ...

The L Word

In the beginning of the season premiere, Shane (Katherine Moennig) is self-destructing on a two-day bender of coke and alcohol with Sherry, her former lover. This is, after all, The L Word, a show synonymous with drama and excess. Sherry  ...

David Copperfield

Other suggested reading: Charles Dicken's David Copperfield (Modern Critical Interpretation Series) (2000), William Golding Last Christmas, Turner Broadcasting and Hallmark Entertainment joined forces for a threadbare adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol starring Patrick Stewart. The modest budget  ...