The stage adaptation of The Fountainhead played in Brooklyn recently. A philosophy professor reviews the play.
A timeless inspiration from a New York family trapped in Japan, then Germany, during World War II.
Is political correctness tough enough to ride the trail with heroes fighting real evils?
How our brains respond to stories depends on how far we get lost in them.
The timeless glory of a British military catastrophe redeemed by the heroism of British civilians.
Wonder Woman captures a playful joy in living combined with a profound, unflinching sense of justice.
The Count of Monte Cristo, which is 170 years old, shows why great romantic novels don’t grow old.
Meryl Streep’s embarrassing “comment malfunction” seized by media eager to smear President-Elect Trump.
The arresting suspense in “Sully” requires portraying “bad guys” even if there were no bad guys.
Is there is a definitive process that leads to a conflict-driven, purpose-driven, and fully integrated plot? Almost.