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  • 'Not to Be Missed': A critic shares 54 favorite movies

    'Not to Be Missed': A critic shares 54 favorite movies
    A book with the title of "Not to Be Missed: Fifty-Four Favorites From a Lifetime of Film" may seem straightforward enough. But to me that title raises all kinds of questions. Why such a book? Why 54 films, and what criteria were used to select them? And why, for that matter, become a film critic in the first place?
  • 'Babe Ruth's Called Shot' about baseball, myth

     'Babe Ruth's Called Shot' about baseball, myth
    It was the most stupendous home run in the history of baseball, and it happened right here in Chicago. There are no films of that ball in flight, but we know that it came off the bat of an aging slugger and arched high into the air and became legend....

    Beatles and westerns at Frank Banko Cinema

    Old western movies and the Beatles don't have anything in common, except that they both take you back to another era. You can go there on Sunday, July 6, at Frank Banko Alehouse Cinema at SteelStacks in Bethlehem, which is screening the 1968 film "Once...

    Saddle up for SteelStacks western movies series

    Ever since the release of "The Great Train Robbery" in 1903, westerns have fascinated moviegoers with tales of outlaws, lawmen, cowboys and settlers. Against the backdrop of some of the most stunning scenery ever captured on film, icons like John Wayne,...

    'John Wayne' rides high in Scott Eyman's astute biography

     'John Wayne' rides high in Scott Eyman's astute biography
    Almost every great movie doubles as an allegory for its own creation. Think of Francis Ford Coppola going up the river and around the bend to make "Apocalypse Now." Or Dalton Trumbo having Kirk Douglas shout "I am Spartacus!" to reclaim his identity...