...And their sons. This film had the unusual distinction of starring two "Jr."s, Lon Chaney and Noah Beery, both scions of silent film actors.
A movie that portrays politicians as corrupt? Believe it or not, this film nearly didn't get made for precisely that reason.
The film of Margaret Mitchell's bestselling saga of the ante- and post-bellum South set box office records that still stand.
In the era of the antihero, few were more antiheroic than Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker.
No one could put Richard Nixon back together again after Woodward and Bernstein got through with him.
There's corruption in Los Angeles's water department and private
detective Jake Gittes sticks his nose where he shouldn't-literally.
Oliver Stone's answer to probably every John Wayne war film ever made.
The horror film that unfairly tarnished the reputation of good gorillas everywhere.
Liberal living coast to coast. A look at the forthcoming Nation Guide to the Nation, with Katrina vanden Heuvel. Plus: Patty Hearst and Obama's education choice.
A nurse and her suddenly mute patient in Bergman's hands becomes nothing less than a work of art.