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Lynn Shelton Left Behind a Bounty of Beautiful Television
The acclaimed filmmaker’s empathy and humanity was on display in an impressive array of TV shows, from
‘I Was Always Astounded by the Level of Constant Invention’: On Terrence McNally
The playwright’s broad palette and essential humanity.
Remembering Penny Marshall, a Hollywood Legend With a Radical Legacy
As both a performer and a filmmaker, Marshall stood apart from what women like her were expected to do.
Matt Zoller Seitz
An Appreciation of Mark Hamill’s Meta-Casting in
Why his meta-casting in Kyle Mooney’s eccentric indie is so damn delightful.
to Play in Over 500 Theaters
Only on October 5.
Gene Wilder’s Genius Was in His Simmering Hysteria
The comic icon could go deep into himself and still be the greatest audience imaginable for his fellow clowns.
Remembering Garry Marshall, TV’s Mr. Nice Guy
Garry Marshall made some beloved movies, but his ’70s sitcoms are what made him a legend.
Ornette Coleman’s Uncompromising Genius
A tribute to the brilliant jazz musician, dead today at 85.
Remembering Paul Walker, an Everyman With Leading-Man Looks
He was immediately relatable, which is rare for an actor so good-looking.
The Forgotten Career of Director Jack Clayton
so powerful is the very thing that made Clayton’s films so distinctive.
Five Stars: A Journey Through 185 Amazon Reviews Written by Anne Rice
Anne Rice loves reviewing things on Amazon.
let cage be cage
Nicolas Cage Doesn’t Need a McConaissance
He delivers a sturdy, soulful performance in
. But he doesn’t need roles like that.