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Nothing Up His Sleeve

by Ann Morrow August 21, 2014


  In the sumptuous opening to Magic in the Moonlight, there is real magic, both on the stage—with a couple of grand illusions from a magic show—and in the film, which enchantingly captures the swank and ...


by Ann Morrow May 1, 2014


  During the forced march to Thailand following the fall of Singapore in 1942, captured British soldier Eric Lomax asks a Japanese guard, “What river is this?” It is the Kwai, immortalized in the movie The ...

Master of the Game

by Ann Morrow January 12, 2012


  The Cold War oeuvre of John le Carre is so redolent of the recent climate of obssessive intelligence gathering that it’s surprising that a new adaptation of Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy didn’t come down the ...

He Said a Mouthfull

by Ann Morrow January 5, 2011


The king’s speech earned seven golden globe nominations, and by rights should garner at least that many oscar noms. A dramatization of the future king george vi’s stuggle with a speech impediment on the eve ...