The author as cash machine.
Poor Jerome David Salinger. An ambitious and tenacious young writer whose ascendancy to the pages of The New Yorker was interrupted by the outbreak of World War II, he carried six chapters of his novel-in-progress, The Catcher in the Rye,...
Estevez and Sheen combine in a touching father-son tale of grief and reconciliation.
Spending nearly two hours watching a surly, grieving man on a pilgrimage through France and Spain in an attempt to reconnect with his dead son may not seem an attractive proposition. But The Way transcends that grim-sounding premise as an elegant...
Though Peter Greene is a fascinating character, and Don Cheadle portrays him brilliantly, the film falls down by failing to effectively communicate his true cultural impact.

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