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It's not every day that you see three distinct movies made out of the same source material, in this case, Richard Matheson's novel I Am Legend, a classic work of science fiction whose concept has endured over four decades and a trio of vari...

I admit, I'm a sucker for movies that are all about the movies. From more idealistic ditties like The Wizard of Speed and Time to dark satires like The Player, I'm always intrigued to see what the products of the film industry have to say a...

In the 1940 film version of W. Somerset Maugham's The Letter, Bette Davis plays Leslie Crosbie, the wife of a manager of a rubber plantation near Singapore. In the opening scene, the moon is casting long shadows as Leslie walks out of her house...

A darker take on the James Bond character was first touched upon in The Living Daylights, and it's been amplified tenfold in 1989's Licence to Kill. There are no colorful villains or grandiose plots for world domination in this film's...

The greatest shame about 1937's The Life of Emile Zola is how little its subject's name is currently spoken. Not even I had heard of the man before hunkering down with this film, and save for the moartarboard and monocle crowd, I'd say ...

With the rise of gangster pictures came the rise of the antihero. Though they were criminals who got what was they deserved, they were positioned directly in the spotlight and many felt a need to empathize or even feel a little sorry for them. Most...

After a false start with On Her Majesty's Secret Service, the arrival of 1973's Live and Let Die truly marked the end of Sean Connery's reign as James Bond. Roger Moore, best known from television's The Saint, was taking over. He no...

The Living Daylights (1987) marked the first appearance of Timothy Dalton in the shoes of the one and only super spy James Bond. It was only one of two films in which he filled the shoes of Agent 007 (the second being License to Kill two years late...

  

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