As many times as Muhammad Ali’s story has been told, it will never be told better than in the enthralling eight-hour Ken Burns documentary.
Film & TV
Eastwood’s modern Western is wily and timely.
We learned this week that Norm Macdonald, who died Tuesday at 61, had been suffering from cancer for nine years but never went public with the information.
A review of The Card Counter, directed by Paul Schrader.
It imagines a far-future mankind that travels the stars yet is organized as an empire, within which competing dynastic families vie for supremacy.
Eastwood’s latest, Cry Macho, looks at aging, regret, and redemption without much flair.
Some reader mail on college football, and the interminable, tempo-destroying length of games on television.
And the Cinderella of the insane attends a fancy ball.
Instead of recognizing the root cause of Spain’s economic difficulties, the series advocates a left-wing revolution against a democratic state.