Dan Stevens has become not a movie star, but a genuinely interesting and entertaining movie actor.
Magazine: Books, Arts & Manners
So if you’ve been saying that certain terms are “not words,” please cease and desist forthwith. What you can say is that it’s a nonword.
Penderecki had his own vision, all life through, and he was faithful to it, whatever it was at any given time.
A review of Grandstanding: The Use and Abuse of Moral Talk, by Justin Tosi and Brandon Warmke.
A review of The Scourge of War: The Life of William Tecumseh Sherman, by Brian Holden Reid.
A review of Strange Rites: New Religions for a Godless World, by Tara Isabella Burton.
Reviews of False Alarm, by Bjorn Lomborg, and Apocalypse Never, by Michael Shellenberger.
A review of Never Trump: The Revolt of the Conservative Elites, by Robert P. Saldin and Steven M. Teles.
My guess is that the shadow of Groundhog Day loomed, like Punxsutawney Phil’s on a winter morning, over the construction of the ending.
For all their terrible screenwriting and wooden acting, the Lucas prequels were at least trying to extend the original trilogy.