Many will no doubt recognize this oft-parodied painting by Edward Hopper. It’s use of perspective, lighting and color is well-known in artistic circles, and it is rightly considered an American classic. Painted in 1942, it represents a fictionalized diner in … Continue reading →
A few hours ago I plunked myself down in a movie theater, 3D glasses on nose, popcorn and diet coke to hand, ready to watch an action movie that got 93% on Rotten Tomatoes – The Avengers.
And I was bored. The movie was packed with great actors doing fine work. The characters had depth . . . → Read More: Yappa Ding Ding: What Makes a Great Superhero Movie?