A Steven Spielberg-directed account of The Washington Post’s decision to publish the Pentagon Papers eared six nominations for the 2018 Golden Globes.
While Nazi-inspired aesthetics and plots provide “Star Wars” with a convenient shorthand for “evil,” the ideological core of Nazism’s evil is missing.4
Winter is dark and terrible, but it is also the best time of the year because of the Oscars.
As it turns out, the entire creative team behind the annual Radio City holiday event, which began in 1932, were Jewish men.
The film “Finding Babel” portrays Andrei Malaev-Babel’s journey across the former USSR seeking traces of his grandfather, Isaac Babel.
Rajiv Joseph considers the power of storytelling and dangers posed when the powerful and malignant wield know how to craft stories.
“Yiddish is not about the Holocaust. It goes way beyond that. My dream is to keep Yiddish alive in a post-Holocaust world.”
James Franco has won rave reviews for his work on “The Disaster Artist.”
The real pleasure in “The Disaster Artist” resides in the way that it blurs the lines between the genuine Hollywood product and trashier amateur work.
Despite some potentially interesting playwriting tricks, “Meteor Shower,” mostly just crashes and burns.
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