Consistently derided as quirky, Wes Anderson's career as a filmmaker has been enviable, lucky, charming and always evolving. What began with the simple, misshapen (but elegant) not-quite-caper film BOTTLE ROCKET, with its focus on friendships not crime, continues to grow and to dream big and to encom
A member of the legendary Cahiers quintet, Jacques Rivette was a critic before a filmmaker. Reading his early criticism, though, it’s clear he thought in images from the start, even in words, emphasizing closed complex circuits of mise-en-scene, the better to form meaning. However, he trains one ey
Frank Drebin and his boss, Washington, D.C. police commissioner Annabelle Brumford (played by Jacqueline Brookes) attend a dinner function at the White House. Among the guests are President George Bush, his chief of staff, John Sununu, Nelson Mandela and his then-wife Winnie, and others.