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Baltimore Sun reporterFrom the MIchael Sragow Gets Reel blog: Today the Library of Congress announced 25 more selections for the National Film Registry. The Registry is designed to highlight the American cinema's broad social-cultural significance as well as mark its key...
Rock's original bad boys are marking their unlikely milestone with another greatest hits album, a new movie and a handful of live shows. And they're doing it their way. The Rolling Stones of yore were more likely to be caught dead than to be caught...
Pop & HissEven after the deluge of Woodstock 40th anniversary commemorations weâ€™ve seen this year, a new box set revisiting the Rolling Stonesâ€™ celebrated U.S. tour a couple of months after those three days of peace and music makes an invaluable addition......
Fashion CriticJacqueline Kennedy Onassis may have been a fashion icon in those perfect sleeveless sheath dresses, oversized sunglasses and triple-strand pearls, but she had nothing on her cousin Edie Bouvier Beale. The improvisational way Beale could tie a scarf --...
Tribune movie critic3 stars (out of four) Watching the two Maysles brothers documentaries about Edith Bouvier Beale and her daughter Edie Beale-- the 1976 classic "Grey Gardens" and its 2006 sequel "The Beales of Grey Gardens"--is a bit like wandering into a slice of life...
IN CASE YOU haven't noticed, documentaries are hot. No longer the domain of university film leagues and vintage un-P.C. jokes — "How many lesbians does it take to screw in a light bulb? One to turn the bulb and 20 to make a documentary about it" ...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday August 14, 1998 One of the strangest documentaries ever, "Grey Gardens" if anything looks stranger today than when it was originally released in 1976. Filmed by Albert and David Maysles, "Grey Gardens" is a prime example of what the...
Each year, hundreds of movies open in Chicago's regular first-run theaters -- and those are the films that dominate most "10 best" lists here and elsewhere. But each year, hundreds of films also open in the smaller local venues. These are theaters and...
1. A HARD DAY'S NIGHT (Richard Lester; 1964) 4 stars No movie of the 1960s catches that era's exuberance more than Lester's black-and-white Beatlemania saga. Framed as a comically fictionalized day in the life of the Fab Four, it's one of the most...
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