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My clock says 1:20 AM. By all means, I should be quite tired. Instead, I'm running on pure adrenaline because I just witnessed one of the most bonkers moments in the history of live broadcast television. Let's backtrack. The 89th Academy Awards, whether you agreed with the winners or not, were going fairly smoothly. And then, Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway, Hollywood’s original Bonnie and Clyde, came out to announce the most important award of the...
McCabe & Mrs. Miller (1971) Directed by Robert Altman McCabe & Mrs. Miller, like so many Westerns, begins with a stranger riding into town under an opening-credits ballad: Leonard Cohen sings “The Stranger,” his light and unconsoling voice floating above spare guitar figures like someone looking for a place to be warm and not expecting to find it, as Warren Beatty, in a bearskin coat as wide as a doorway, approaches Presbyterian Church, a mountain-west...
Rules Don't Apply Directed by Warren Beatty Opens November 23 With Rules Don't Apply, 79-year-old Warren Beatty directs his fifth feature film, officially tying the number of Dobie Gillis episodes he appeared in. That's scarcely less than the seven feature films Beatty has acted in during my lifetime, four of which he directed; at this point, Terrence Malick has become a significantly more prolific presence on the cinematic landscape of the past forty years. There's a kind...
When millenery mattered. I am not on strike. In protest of my own non-striking, here's a picture of the 1926 general strike in Britain, for which my grandfather marched down from Glasgow (7th from the left, 6 back). Happy May Day. We'll have oodles of Occupy coverage coming down the pike, until then, please enjoy these many versions of The Internationale. 1. From Reds : Warren Beatty is very handsome and charismatic. We would like to...

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