It used to be that Hollywood had nothing against the mercenary motive.
When outrage becomes predictable it ceases to be outrageous.
The youth culture has become very old, in more ways than one.
Blissfully unconcerned that the Creator of the Universe could be anything other than an indulgent parent.
The modern audiences, the serious side of life has disappeared.
Once we expected from art an imitation of something we already knew.
If only James Cameron were a worthy successor to C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien.
The art of the past has become a closed book.
What in the world is bracing about despair?
A Washington, D.C. audience reacts to Helen Mirren's performance in Racine's Phèdre as if it were watching a sit-com.