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"Catching Fire" explores the world from the eyes of a girl coming of age in a time of turmoil, and reluctantly becoming the face of the revolution that changes everything. Real-world teens and adults alike identify with the Girl on Fire.
Just when Bubba and the missus get an opportunity to dispense experience unique in American politics, and could tutor two old friends who need help, they retire to the companionable solitude of the family hearth to reflect on the Scriptures and to bask in the piety of each other.
Washington is a one-industry town. The nation's capital has wonderful art museums, concerts and theaters, but they're only supplements to the big story playing out on the front pages - always the government.
The Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald story is well-known. As writer Budd Schulberg observed, its romantic legend is so uniquely American in all its strengths and weaknesses that it is little wonder that the life and work became mythologized.
"The Great Gatsby” is the Hope Diamond of American cinema — priceless, enviable, impossibly tacky and bad, bad luck. Many filmmakers have stepped up to the challenge of capturing its quintessentially American story of self-invention, and just about all have whiffed memorably and expensively. Australian director Baz Luhrmann has broken the curse.
The Cannes Film Festival has an American flavor this year, with a Hollywood icon heading the jury and a quintessential U.S. literary figure opening the event: The Great Gatsby.
Highlights of Hollywood's 2013 schedule (release dates are subject to change):
Listening to Supreme Court justices question lawyers doesn't sound like the stuff of great theater. But somehow it is _ in the hands of one of the city's most acclaimed companies.
This biographical triptych shines a spotlight on the lesser-known lives of three exceptional women in the 20th century. All of them swam in the wake of people far more famous than they were. Esther Murphy's brother Gerald and his wife, Sara, not only inspired some of their friend F. Scott Fitzgerald's more memorable characters, but came to typify the phrase "Living well is the best revenge."