Saturday Jun 15
A Royal Scandal
Ernst Lubitsch has the distinction of having an entire kind of filmmaking named after him.
At the Belcourt: 'Voyage To Italy'
This weekend, the Belcourt Theatre will be showing Roberto Rossellini's 1954 film "Voyage To Italy", starring Ingrid Bergman and George Sanders as a British couple whose marriage is falling apart while they tour the Italian countryside.
The Case for "Cleopatra"
It isn't essential to know the tempestuous tale of its making to revel in "Cleopatra," Joseph L. Mankiewicz's spectacular yet intimate 1963 feast of literary insight and melodramatic extravagance.
Pensacola News Journal
Details on all 23 classic films
The following movies are under consideration for the Saenger Theatre's Summer Classic Movie Series.
Rich Galen: Obama on the Ropes
Well, that's over. I don't have to write a sweet column again until Back to School on Labor day, so as Bette Davis said in "All About Eve" in 1950: I'm not saying all IRS employees are bad people, but neither are all meter maids bad people - we just don't like to see them sniffing around our stuff.
The Memphis Flyer
Right & Wrong
I've said it before: Joal Paley and Marvin Laird's musical Ruthless! is wrong in every way a musical can be wrong.