Gene Seymour is a film critic at Newsday and a contributor to the Oxford Companion to Jazz (Oxford University Press).
Two movies about a long-gone New York raise questions about the city it has become today.
Being Stanley Crouch is about as bruising a vocation as there is in what
passes for--or remains of--polite literary society.
Toward the end of the undervalued 1979 movie adaptation of former pro football receiver Peter Gent's undervalued 1973 novel, North Dallas Forty, a beat, bent lineman, played by the late Jo
The title does neither the book nor its author any favors.