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Goldman or (Another Round of Oscar Musings by Metroland Writers)

by The Staff February 20, 2015


  By Ann Morrow and Shawn Stone There’s a good deal of uncertainty about which film might take home the Best Picture and Best Director statues, thanks to scattered and contradictory wins at the various award clambakes ...

In Harm’s Way

by Laura Leon January 22, 2015


  As I set out to write this review, the talking heads of the media are reveling in the war of words dispatched by Michael Moore, Seth Rogen and their ilk, re: the nature of anybody ...

Let’s Hang On

by John Rodat June 26, 2014


  The first hit for the Four Seasons, “Sherry,” was released in 1962. That’s 52 years ago. Fifty-two years before that, Thomas Edison was reluctantly abandoning his wax cylinder for the more popular platter-style recorded disc, ...

The Hollow Man

by Laura Leon November 16, 2011

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The best biopics don’t just narrate facts and timelines, but provide a peek into their subjects’ most private lives. The movie Lawrence of Arabia, for instance, delved wholeheartedly into its protagonist’s torn loyalties between his ...