Elizabeth Taylor


January 13, 2005 // 0 Comments

To me, ’Ivanhoe’ has always been one of the most perfect adventure movies about medieval knights, their honor, pride and shiny armors. Part of it is because everything in this film is exceedingly romanticized and, well, perfect. From the painted puffy [...]


April 2, 2001 // 0 Comments

Can you spell "monumental?" Today that word starts with a "C" and ends with "leopatra." Among all monumental film epics, "Cleopatra" has to be the mother of them all. The film broke records, caused scandals, and was [...]

The Mirror Crack’d

March 5, 2001 // 0 Comments

While not on par with other Agatha Christie adaptations, 1980’s ’The Mirror Crack’d’ still charms with the patented Christie formula of mixing murder with British manners. This time out, the always-wonderful Angela Lansbury portrays flower-loving [...]