Graham Greene is a literary legend, famous for best-selling spy novels like Our Man in Havana, The End of the Affair, and The Quiet American. But the writer was as mysterious as his characters: secretive and prone to bouts of bipolarism. Few people really ever got to know him.Surprisingly, one of th ... More >>
It's been about two years since our economy tanked, a year since anybody noticed it, and reporters and pundits have now officially began looking at the other side of Lake Recession. Alarm has been replaced by resignation and a bit of wizened optimism. You've probably read or heard a piece by now on ... More >>
DVD releases for the week of May 22, 2007
Felicity Huffman is desperately engaging in an off-kilter road movie
Clandestine meetings and a hungry press
Eastwood's latest Baby proves he's still a money player
In The Dancer Upstairs, Javier Bardem is the quiet amid the violence
Love it or hate it, few will be able to look away from Phillip Noyce's provocative Greene adaptation
The End of the Affair
The malling of American cinema has left audiences with little choice but to take their Prozac and like it
British author Alexander Stuart exiled himself to South Beach before writing the aptly titled Life on Mars
Just when an artist can't find a tube of paint or a strip of canvas, the international art world has come knocking on Havana's door -- with money in hand
To Panama's incarcerated Maximum Leader, he is a link to the outside world. But who exactly is Rudolfo Castrell?
What could be more exciting and fulfilling than the life of a consul? Well, lots of things, actually.