You can go home again; it’s just not a lot of fun when you get there
“‘You can’t control life,’ he tells us in that film. ‘”It doesn’t wind up perfectly. Only art you can control. Art and masturbation.'”
“Ernie’s contract is reported to contain a clause forbidding him ever to consult a psychiatrist. The network is afraid if he ever became normal he’d be ruined.” — Dorothy Kilgallen
“Perhaps Hollywood, in trying to engage in queer possibilities for its narratives and with its audiences, could only put up a resistance to the binaries in the dominant culture through[…]
“Life isn’t short enough . . .” Laurel in Sons of the Desert (1934)
The return of Jules and Jim?
“Burn After Reading holds the notable distinction of being the only screwball comedy to leave all of its characters either moderately satisfied or dead.”