"[Mile] Nichols has a problem here, in that, ever since Hoffman slid over the hood of a car in “The Talented Mr. Ripley,” he has developed a habit of bursting into well-behaved movies and taking them hostage."Anthony Lane, reviewing Charlie Wilson's War in the current New Yorker. I think he's being complimentary.
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Saturday, December 29, 2007
Best Quote of the Day ... The Month ... Hell, Maybe the Year!
Speaking of Philip Seymour Hoffman: