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In celebration of this week’s release of Martin Scorsese’s Hugo, the Franklin Institute will be holding a series of rare uncased demonstrations of Maillardet’s Automaton, a mechanical boy built in the early 1800s by Swiss mechanician [...]
Martin Scorsese adapts a children’s book (don’t argue, it was published by Scholastic Press) that concerns the real life of film pioneer Georges Melies. The result is a clunky Film 101 course for children that is [...]
My Week with Marilyn (Ritz Five) The tortured life of the titular icon summed up in seven days on the set of The Prince and the Showgirl. Hugo (wide) Martin Scorsese directs this family mystery set [...]
When Fast Five is in my top ten faves of 2011 then it’s obviously been a rough year at the movies. Summer is quickly winding down, which means that awards season is ramping up and thus [...]