This is the grave of Bruce and Brandon Lee. Bruce Lee was born in 1940 in San Francisco. His actual name was Lee Jun-Fan, but from birth, he was known as Bruce. His father was a well-known Chinese ope
I have long been fascinated with World War II movies. Unlike literature, where the war didn’t lead to as many great works as one might think, there are an amazing number of astounding World War
This is the grave of Hugh Marlowe. Born Hugh Hipple in Philadelphia in 1911, Marlowe moved to California as a young man. He got quite a bit of theater and stage work in the late 30s and into the 40s.
I’ve been debating how to handle the great art of horrible men. There are many ways to handle this. If you don’t want to watch any Polanski films again, that’s certainly one’s
The difference between “good” Nazi humor and bad is about who gets to be the butt of the joke. “There can be no poetry after Auschwitz,” said Theodor Adorno. One can only imagi
I subscribed to Filmstruck awhile ago and have seen some pretty interesting films on it. But perhaps none as fascinating as Fantastic Planet, from 1973. A Czech animated film, except that the director
Since today has unfortunately been dominated by Americans’ obsession with guns and violence, might as well make tonight’s film perhaps the first gun scene ever placed on film, a demonstrat
Since it’s another NFL Sunday, and I know how much the average LGM reader loves football, tonight’s film is some footage of the college football game between the Michigan and Chicago in 19