The Guardian’s Jonathan Jones has long been a fan of the legendary Venetian painter Titian. I, too, am a fan of the famous artist of Venice and Jones’ latest post eloquently articulates why the Italian Renaissance painter’s work is so beautiful.
In honor of this being Shark Week 2010 on the Discovery Channel, I’d like to pose 3 (most likely) stupid questions about the movie JAWS and the 1916 New Jersey shore shark attacks.
Pros and Cons Examined by Contemporary Standards The arguments that producers used to support block booking were the same issues independent theater owners were not thinking about while they fought against it. This supposedly unfair practice “allowed [the studios] to provide in quantity a product needed in quantity.” However, the theaters automatically received films in [...]
Very few actors of our time never have to worry about being typecasted. Nor is typecasting always necessarily a negative thing. Vincent Price was typecasted for a number of years—and it nearly drove him crazy—yet he ended up being a part of an enormously popular film movement that made him a huge star. Sometimes, an [...]