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Mark O’Connell’s new book takes an affectionate, nostalgic look back at the first blockbuster decade, from “Jaws” to “The Goonies.”
If you only know the Christmas-play scene from “Little Women,” you only know one dimension of Louisa May Alcott’s several Christmas stories.
“Mary Poppins Returns” is very much a movie musical, ready to leap onto the stage at a moment’s notice. It’s buoyant, despite missed opportunities.
A new plug-and-play (you’ll probably need a longer USB cord) device offers a portal back to a time when all we wanted to do was shoot rows of aliens.
In most productions of Tchaikovsky’s ballet, godfather Drosselmeyer gives off a creepy vibe. Gregory Maguire’s “Hiddensee” explores his backstory.
4:20 means it’s time to get high, obviously. But what does 4:40 mean? 4:44? 5:55? 7:06? 8:08? 8:40? 10:24? 11:11? 11:23?
Are you a big Christmas fan? Are you ready to get a little weird? “A Classic Tales Christmas,” a 2012 audiobook exclusive, might just be for you.
Maybe there’s something about the Millennium Falcon that’s inherently both thrilling and frustrating.
My first Falcon came into my hand..
The Making of Kubrick’s 2001 is a 1970 book edited by Jerome Agel. A rare artifact in and of itself, the book finds the Marshall McLuhan c..
This post was originally published in 2010, in the Twin Cities Daily Planet.
I knew when I was at Harvard that I was surrounded by ..
Photographer Horst A. Friedrichs gave himself an Instagrammer’s dream job: crossing Europe and America photographing boutique coffee shops..
I’m not going to call these the “top ten movies of 2016,” because that would imply they’re actually the year’s ten best movies, and I’ve m..