• Ain’t It the Truth?

    “Who cares if it’s true?” says Pierce Brosnan’s deliriously unscrupulous secret agent during the ornate repartee that flows through John Boorman’s adaptation of John Le Carré’s The Tailor of Panama. A raunchy farce of small deceptions, Boorman’s film takes a sledgehammer to the spy genre, riffing on meatier questions of truth, identity and...

    • Mar 28, 2023
  • A Hard Night’s Day

    It is precisely 9:36 p.m. in West Philadelphia on the second splendidly summery September night of 1964, and exactly six minutes ago everything suddenly changed. For teenage Philadelphia, the calendar just flipped, along with everyone’s wig, to a new era. It will be years before anyone fully understands all the far-reaching implications,...

    • Apr 28, 2021
  • One Big Conn

    Do you listen to Ted Nugent? You shouldn’t. Doing so will make you gay.   Yes, that Ted Nugent. The wild-game-hunting, bow-and-arrow- shooting, notorious womanizer who wrote a song, “Cat Scratch Fever,” which many surmise is about Nugent’s own struggles with an addiction to, um, petting felines. (Sample lyric: “I make the pussy purr...

    • Jan 31, 2021

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