From the Sundance Kid to the Princess Bride, William Goldman proved one of the greatest of all screenwriters.
Film & TV
Another self-congratulatory race play
Ross Douthat reviews Can You Ever Forgive Me?
An introspective retrospective on movie politics and culture
Green Book is trite, didactic, corny, and obvious.
Emanuel has met in recent weeks with top executives from MSNBC and CNN.
There’s a market for grace in American politics.
Steve McQueen’s cynical action movie validates the idea of segregation.
It’s sport to watch the Left be hoist on its own petard in the Off Broadway play Days of Rage.
The Gary Hart drama sells self-pity, from Hollywood to the Beltway.