If you care about corporate governance issues, this thoughtful commentary (link below) is a crucial reminder of how tempting it is to attack things one doesn’t understand – that is, as opposed to actually spending the
Apparently, due to some bad financial planning of near biblical proportion, the estate of the recently deceased, and much revered Sopranos star James Gandolfini, will likely see at least $30 million out of $70 million go
SOON ALL THIS WILL BE GONE!!! Really??? A “Broadway economic model” is about to take over – in other words, stunningly pricey tickets and theaters that continuously show the same films over and over again for years?
Not sure what to say other than: THANK YOU SWEET JESUS – I’M NOT A VIP!! “Theme Parks Let in the V.I.P.s,” The New York Times, 6/9/2013
Some of these absolutely rise to the level of genius. And then check out the casts and directors, etc… In particular, “Sharknado” strikes me as an obvious 2013 “MUST SEE” – if only because it was written by a guy
Not exactly “commentary” – But comin’ at ya . . .
A Few Good Starting Points (just in case you haven’t been able to dock your yacht yet . . .) At a Hewlitt Packard panel on the future of animation, participants sometimes crossed swords on the finer points of technology,
Hollywood Reporter’s TV Round-up Page
Iron Man 3 is a strange movie. It has its moments, but the true comic book fan is going to have major issues with it (yet with some cause for hope at the end . . .) and the casual action fan may end up bored. Full disclosure:
I watched Gangster Squad last night with the expectation that I would be picking out interesting flourishes in the movie and having problems with the movie as a whole. That is pretty much what happened. This movie is
“Pirates of the Caribbean 4” is the latest signal that a Disneyfied America is crumbling from within and it’s happening on a couple of levels. The problem for Britain and the rest of world is that indigenous culture,