They're back. And they're... hiring
We've got a little bit of everything today.
The new film “Recorder: The Marion Stokes Project" tells the story of a Philadelphia librarian and activist who spent decades recording every TV program she possibly could. She left 70,000 videocassettes in all, which is now being digitized to help us fill in some fascinating gaps in mass media history.
Your favorite blaxploitation movie?
I... would not have thought to put those two movies together.
Got up early on Christmas Eve and made these. Every time you share one, an angel gets its wings.
Johnson spent part of his presidency caring for a family of mice that lived in the White House. How is Disney not already working on this?
Sol Yurick wrote the novel that was eventually adapted into one of my favorite movies, The Warriors- which manages to be totally ridiculous and totally awesome at the same time.
The soldiers' only redeeming quality is that they dress well and attack in formation – they're like an evil synchronized swimming team.
I appreciate the great struggle to rid the country of slavery as much as anyone, but that story is somewhat well-worn ground. Wouldn't it have been even more interesting to see Steven Spielberg and Daniel Day-Lewis take on the tale of Lincoln and the elephants?