In an exquisite new show, we see how Homer excels at the telling detail — whether treating the Civil War, beautiful but unlovely nature, or the daily life of women.
Books, Arts & Manners
Movies such as Angel are, in many ways, mere footnotes to The Thirty-Nine Steps -- the original “man on the run” action thriller.
A new exhibit highlights Sendak’s set and costume designs for opera and ballet.
The new curator placed surpassingly ugly statues in the large niches, which were better left empty.
In Julian Hernández’s bohemian underworld, sex, politics, and morality mix, disturbingly.
Robert Altman’s folk wisdom redeems film culture.
It makes a brilliantly entertaining case for tradition, stability, and aristocracy.
The film is a portrait of a country where people make all sorts of sounds but nobody is hearing anything.
Produced by Pitt and starring Pitt as a hero with deep thoughts, Ad Astra is beautiful but silly and slow.
Justice Gorsuch has written a temperate book, with civility shown to all.