“You can be blasé about some things, Rose… but not about Titanic.”Read More “The Water Is Freezing And There Aren’t Enough Boats” (#30)
The “coming out” film has been the cornerstone of queer cinema for at least a couple of decades. For all the progress the LGB… (sorry, I’ve lost track of how many letters are supposed to be attached to that alphabet soup) movement has made in shifting from the niche to the mainstream in that time, […]Read More Monsters In Moonlight: The Year’s Best Dramas Come Out To Play
I made this Top 10 list early in awards season, before I’d seen a number of films that factored into the race that year — including Talk To Her, The Hours, 25th Hour, Bowling For Columbine, 8 Mile, and The Pianist, some of which came away with major Oscar wins (Best Director, Best Actress, and […]Read More The Tens: Best Of Film 2002
Before I started my own entertainment-related blog, my Top Tens had to whore themselves out on my friends’ pages. This one was originally posted on Justin Plus One. As usual with my Top Tens, I have preserved them as they were, even if, in hindsight, I may disagree with some of my own choices. (Did […]Read More The Tens: Best Of Film 2008
Depending on whether or not I’m currently watching anything on TV, I sometimes do and sometimes don’t care about the Emmys. But this year I do!Read More Gold Rush: 2012 Emmy Nominations
James Cameron’s new film Titanic is quite a spectacle! It stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet as star-crossed lovers named Jack and Rose. He’s a poor guy, she’s a rich girl, but they buck class conventions clearly delineated by the ship (and the world at large) and decide to hook it up in an old-timey […]Read More Ballad Of Jack & Rose: Are We Ready To Go Back To ‘Titanic’?
(Movies discussed in this post: Beginners, Certified Copy, Forget Me Not, One Day, Midnight In Paris, The Artist, The Future.) I have two questions for you: 1) Have you ever been in love? And, if so — 2) Was it quirky?Read More When Peppy Met George: The Year Of Loving Nostalgically
Where were you when it happened? Not when the Titanic sank, of course. That was almost 100 years ago! But where were you when you first saw the James Cameron movie? Okay. Now hold that thought and skip ahead fifteen years, because Titanic is being re-released on the 100th anniversary of the ship setting sail […]Read More I’ll Never Let Go, Jack: Not Even Fifteen Years Later