“Summer of 85” has a lot of “Call Me By Your Name” in its DNA — but little of what made that film great.
Kafka would like it for this reason: it’s funny.
J.T. Rogers and Bartlett Sher always knew their history play had a lot to teach us today. But they never wanted it to be quite this relevant.
“I never really considered ‘When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit’ to be only a children’s movie,” Link said.
How well do you know the Oscars, both past and present?
“Upheaval” by director Jonathan Gruber unearths the complicated legacy of Menachem Begin.
He’s not played by John Turturro, but we’re pretty sure it’s him.
The documentary “Still Life in Lodz” focuses on a woman’s return to her childhood home in Lodz.
Art Buchwald once pitched Paramount a movie that sounds an awful lot like the plot of “Coming to America.”4
Far too often, Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel is used to justify an attitude he never held: complacency.5
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