Writer David Cairns extolls the virtues of Billy Wilder's ill-fated, but remarkably entertaining The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes by focusing on a very brief, but memorable sequence that most viewers would overlook. The master detective would have been proud! To view click here
Author and Ian Fleming biographer Andrew Lycett offers a highly entertaining look at the books, newspapers and other literary influences favored by the creator of James Bond. Specifically, Fleming had a fondness for the Times Literary Supplement, finding it far superior to "the
mushy infant food of the American newspapers and magazines that had been my
daily fare since arriving in America." To read the article click the image below
We've all been in the presence of those snooty, ascot-wearing, pseudo-intellectuals who are always compelled to tell you that the book was better than the movie. However, in some cases, the book actually is better than the movie. Entertainment Weekly takes a look at some of the more notable examples. Click here to read.