Charlie Rose spilled the beans — one of them, at least.
Through the end of October.
Featuring almost 400 Muppet mementos.
Watch the First in New York Magazine’s Own Matt Zoller-Seitz’s Five-Part Series of Video Essays on the Films of Wes Anderson
The Museum of the Moving Image likes Matt Zoller-Seitz almost as much as we do, but we're biased.
A cogent response to the 'Dickensian' question, thoughts on a 'Wire' movie, and the story of the revolt of Herc and Carver.
"So of course I can live with the fact that Ferrara is ranting and raving. Wonderful! Can't get any better."
Poe's elliptical story has provided fodder for many elaborate feature-film retellings, but Lougee's ruthlessly efficient take is short and to the point, packing in a whole lot of tension into seven slim minutes.