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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - David Koepp
It's a good time for a reboot of the Jack Ryan franchise. Spies are hot properties in the popular mind, from the mercurial Carrie Mathison on "Homeland," to the family of Cold War era Soviet sleepers in "The Americans."
Having clung to the Russians as go-to villains long after the Cold War thawed, the movies find themselves current again with their favorite arch-enemy.
If you want to know how today's blockbusters came to be the way they are, few films will give you a better idea than "Jurassic Park."
Let's just be glad Smell-O-Vision never caught on.
All the great heroes are ageless. That's part of what makes them legends. Like Greek gods, they never die and never change. Of course, that's not true of our movie stars - and so, like it or not, when a star and the hero he plays are inseparable, sometimes our legends grow old.
All the great heroes are ageless. That's part of what makes them legends. Like Greek gods, they never die and never change. Of course, that's not true of our movie stars — and so, like it or not, when a star and the hero he plays are inseparable, sometimes our legends grow old.