Orson Welles’ first film, often cited as the greatest movie ever made.
An epic romance in the Old South mourning a Lost Cause that should stay lost.
An English officer goes to war with the Arabs and comes to love the people in this 1962 epic.
The film that challenges more than any other on the AFI list to separate art from artist.
Charles Laughton and Clark Gable clash over the proper way to treat sailors in this 1935 version of the infamous mutiny.
A live comedy tour
In which Bart causes problems by kissing a girl.
In which Grampa finds someone who actually does want to listen to his stories.
It’s that time again. Time to say what should be said only in the polite company of corporate accountants.
This week on the podcast, it was all about Back to the Future. There were proposed sequels, even if Ryan’s did remind me of that Chrononauts thing Jimmy suggested I read. … Read More