As video-on-demand continues to become the preferred route of distribution for a certain kind of independent film, much is being made of Nicolas Cage's willingness to slum for a paycheck, with recent examples including already-forgotten, small-screen-friendly items like Seeking Justice, Trespass, St ... More >>
Six ways of looking at Tom Waits, character actor
‚ÄčToday, my very dear friend and sneaking companion, Madame H, got married.Pros: Nobody believes marriage will make her change her sneaky ways. Now that they are flesh of one flesh and therefore sneak of one sneak, I can probably press her husband into happy service as a second set of pockets. He ... More >>
Is it just me, or would Dan Aykroyd's wife be peeved by the photo of her husband in today's Post-Dispatch? That sales rep on the right sure looks to be lovin' on the comedian/winemaker.STLtoday.com Aykroyd is in town to, er, pimp his line of "Discovery Series" wines. (I actually tried one at Randall ... More >>
Great obit in the Monday New York Times about Philip Egan, the man who designed the ultra-cool interior of the ultra-cool, nearly mythical Tucker, the "Car of Tomorrow" that (almost) never was. Preston Tucker, who died in 1956, was immortalized in Francis Ford Coppola's 1988 biopic Tucker: The Man ... More >>
www.celebrate-wine.com Paul Newman is introducing a line of Newman's Own wines. They aren't available in stores yet, but you can try them at a wine dinner at Fleming's Steakhouse & Wine Bar (1855 South Lindbergh Boulevard) at 6:30 p.m. this Friday, February 29. The five-course meal includes Newma ... More >>
Dennis Brown and Paul Friswold suss out the local theater scene.
NonProphets troll The Godfather for Shakespearean themes.
Mark Bluestein and Jason Harris hope to turn St. Louis cinema buffs on to their irreverent talk show
OutKastís Depression-era hip-hop musical has a loving respect for the old South.
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Bingenheimer and Hickenlooper discuss their rockin' doc, Mayor of the Sunset Strip
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Brown Derby Wine Cellar
The Legend of Suriyothai gives sixteenth-century Thailand an epic identity
Matt Dillon takes on Cambodia in City of Ghosts
Without Elmer Bernstein, scores of movies wouldn't have sounded the same
Two sororities battle for a coveted prize. H.O.T.S., anyone? Not quite.
At long last, the Godfather's son makes his first film, and it was not easy
Peter Bogdanovich wasn't dead. He was just acting like it.
If you didn't like this year's movies, you didn't look hard enough. The RFT's film critics weigh in on their faves of the year.
Owen Wilson goes down Behind Enemy Lines and lands in familiar terrain
Francis Ford Coppola re-creates his Vietnam phantasmagoria
Air's Nicolas Godin finds life at the heart of the electronic age
Directed by Tim Burton
First-time author Melissa Bank offers wildlife tips from her Girls' Guide to Hunting and Fishing