Fourth Row Center: Film Writings by Jason Bailey
Saturday, November 22, 2014
ICYMI: Mike Nichols, 'Mockingjay,' Trailers, and Pop Culture's Closed Loop
Is Television Sacrificing Its Golden Age to the Closed Loop of Pop Culture?
Why Mike Nichols Was So Much More Than ‘The Graduate’
Tommy Lee Jones’ ‘The Homesman’ and the Pleasures of the Eccentric Western
“What’s Discriminated Against Are My Choices”: Director Gina Prince-Bythewood on Representation, Love Stories, and ‘Beyond the Lights’
‘Mockingjay—Part 1′: The Somber ‘Empire Strikes Back’ of the ‘Hunger Games’ Films
Jon Stewart’s ‘Rosewater’ Isn’t as Smart as Its Director
What Google’s New Study Tells Us About Why People Go to the Movies
So Bad It’s Good: The Proudly Formulaic, Brazenly Homoerotic ‘Tango & Cash’
Why Do We Call Movie Previews “Trailers”?
‘Basement Tapes’ Syllabus: An Essential Bob Dylan Reading List
How Insane Was the Real-Life Millionaire Murderer at the Center of ‘Foxcatcher’?
50 Great Pre-Fame Performances by Famous Actors
A Brief History of Jon Stewart’s Side Projects
The 8 People You Meet in a Screwball Comedy
Cool Illustrations Pair Hollywood Icons with Famous Architects
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