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Richard Corliss of TIME likened Footloose to the James Dean classic Rebel Without a Cause and the old Mickey Rooney / Judy Garland musicals, commenting that the film includes " motifs on book burning, mid-life crisis, AWOL parents, fatal car crashes, drug enforcement, and Bible Belt vigilantism.
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" In Time magazine, Richard Corliss wrote, " John Carpenter is offering this summer's moviegoers a rare opportunity: to escape from the air-conditioned torpor of ordinary entertainment into the hothouse humidity of their own paranoia.
" Richard Corliss of TIME gave the film a mixed review, praising Ehrenreich's performance, but claiming Coppola " has made a movie in which plenty happens but nothing rings true.
Time magazine writer Richard Corliss was less scathing, but agreed that it was forgettable, saying that people would " forget all about movie by the time they leave the multiplex ," even joking at the end of his review that he had forgotten the film's name.
The film, notes critic Richard Corliss, while a serious gangster film, also " manages both to congratulate journalism for its importance and to chastise it for its chicanery, by underlining the newspapers ' complicity in promoting the underworld image.
* Awake in the Dark: The Best of Roger Ebert ( ISBN 0-226-18200-2 ) – a collection of essays from his 40 years as a film critic, featuring interviews, profiles, essays, his initial reviews upon a film's release, as well as critical exchanges between the film critics Richard Corliss and Andrew Sarris
" Due to the film's animation, Richard Corliss of TIME claimed that it was "... the year's most inventive comedy.
Time critic Richard Corliss called it a " noir with a touch so light, the film seems to float on the breeze like the Frisbee of a fedora sailing through the forest.
Time magazine's Richard Corliss wrote, " This time he works up a salty sweat to end up nowhere, like a triathlete on a treadmill.
Pfeiffer received positive reviews for her supporting turn ; Richard Corliss of Time Magazine wrote, " most of the large cast is fine: Michelle Pfeiffer is better ..." while Dominick Dunne, in an article for Vanity Fair titled " Blonde Ambition ", wrote, " he is on the verge of stardom.
" Time magazine's Richard Corliss wrote, " The gag works for a while, as Martin weaves his own plot-web into the 18 old movies, but pretty soon he's traveling on old good will and flop sweat ".
In his review for Time, Richard Corliss praised William Hurt's performance: " Hurt is neat too, never standing safely outside his character, always allowing Tom to find the humor in his too-rapid success, locating a dimness behind his eyes when Tom is asked a tough question -- and for Tom, poor soulless sensation-to-be, all questions are tough ones ".
In his review for Time, Richard Corliss wrote, " Kevin Wade shows this in his smart screenplay, which is full of the atmospheric pressures that allow stars to collide.
" Richard Corliss in Time wrote that the film was " Eastwood's meditation on age, repute, courage, heroism – on all those burdens he has been carrying with such grace for decades.
Richard Corliss, in his review for Time, also had a problem with Hopkins ' portrayal: " Hopkins, though, is a failure.
Richard Corliss noted that the film appeared to have been influenced by The Wizard of Oz and the works of Maurice Sendak, writing that " Labyrinth lures a modern Dorothy Gale out of the drab Kansas of real life into a land where the wild things are.
*" Black Cinema: Micheaux Must Go On ," an article about Micheaux by Time film critic Richard Corliss
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TIME magazine critics, Lev Grossman and Richard Lacayo, included the novel on their list of the 100 best English-Language novels from 1923 to the present ( 2005 ).
Richard Schickel of TIME called his performance " charming ," and most critics agreed that Hanks ' portrayal ensured him a place among the premier romantic-comedy stars of his generation.
In his review for TIME, Richard Schickel praised the three lead actors: " Of the ghost wranglers, the pair played by Writers Aykroyd and Ramis are sweetly earnest about their calling, and gracious about giving the picture to their co-star Bill Murray.
He is best known for his Turing-award winning paper with Richard Stearns, in which he introduced time complexity classes TIME ( f ( n )) and proved the time hierarchy theorem.
In the May 2008, then-NAE Vice President for Governmental Affairs Richard Cizik was named to the TIME 100 Most Influential People in the World along with Eric Chivian, director of Harvard's Center for Health and the Global Environment, for their collaboration on caring for the environment.
" Richard Schickel, film critic for TIME, felt Michael was " irrational " and " really angry about something ", having what Schickel referred to as " a kind of primitive, obsessed intelligence ".
The film was released to critical acclaim in 1994 with Richard Corliss of TIME magazine describing her performance as " perfect, fearless in embodying teenage hysteria ".
TIME Magazine listed Drunken Master II as one of the " All-TIME " best 100 films as chosen by TIME's movie critics Richard Corliss and Richard Schickel: " The most important and entertaining star of east Asian cinema, Jackie Chan survived a boyhood in a punishing Peking Opera School, and his early screen days as " the next Bruce Lee " to create his own genre of martial-arts comedies Jackie starred in, and directed, many wonderful action films in his pre-Hollywood days.
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Travellers such as Jean Claude Richard de Saint-Non ( 1778 ) and Edward Lear ( 1847 ) likened the city and its surroundings to a " beautiful garden ".
In his speech, Sanders likened Maddox's Republican opponent, U. S. Representative Howard Callaway, to the " arrogance of Richard Nixon, the chameleon ability of Ronald Reagan to switch rather than fight, and the callous concern for human needs that is a throwback to McKinley, Harding, and Coolidge.
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-- James P. Mitchell and Sen. Walter H. Jones R-Bergen, last night disagreed on the value of using as a campaign issue a remark by Richard J. Hughes, Democratic gubernatorial candidate, that the GOP is `` Campaigning on the carcass of Eisenhower Republicanism ''.
Members of the committee include Mrs. Milton Bernet, Mrs. J. Clinton Bowman, Mrs. Rollie W. Bradford, Mrs. Samuel Butler Jr., Mrs. Donald Carr Campbell, Mrs. Douglas Carruthers, Mrs. John C. Davis 3,, Mrs. Cris Dobbins, Mrs. William E. Glass, Mrs. Alfred Hicks 2,, Mrs. Donald Magarrell, Mrs. Willett Moore, Mrs. Myron Neusteter, Mrs. Richard Gibson Smith, Mrs. James S. Sudier 2, and Mrs. Thomas Welborn.
Gabriele and Teresa had nine children: Alphonse " Scarface Al " Capone, James Capone ( also known as Richard Two-Gun Hart ), Raffaele Capone ( also known as Ralph " Bottles " Capone, who took charge of his brother's beverage industry ), Salvatore " Frank " Capone, John Capone, Albert Capone, Matthew Capone, Rose Capone, and Mafalda Capone ( who married John J. Maritote ).
* Richard J. Coggins, 1 and 2 Chronicles in Dunn, James D. G., Rogerson, John William ( eds ), " Eerdmans Commentary on the Bible " ( Eerdmans, 2003 )
Jean Froissart states as follows: " Now will I name some of the principal lords and knights ( men-at-arms ) that were there with the prince: the earl of Warwick, the earl of Suffolk, the earl of Salisbury, the earl of Oxford, the lord Raynold Cobham, the lord Spencer, the lord James Audley, the lord Peter his brother, the lord Berkeley, the lord Basset, the lord Warin, the lord Delaware, the lord Manne, the lord Willoughby, the lord Bartholomew de Burghersh, the lord of Felton, the lord Richard of Pembroke, the lord Stephen of Cosington, the lord Bradetane and other Englishmen ; and of Gascon there was the lord of Pommiers, the lord of Languiran, the captal of Buch, the lord John of Caumont, the lord de Lesparre, the lord of Rauzan, the lord of Condon, the lord of Montferrand, the lord of Landiras, the lord Soudic of Latrau and other ( men-at-arms ) that I cannot name ; and of Hainowes the lord Eustace d ' Aubrecicourt, the lord John of Ghistelles, and two other strangers, the lord Daniel Pasele and the lord Denis of Amposta, a fortress in Catalonia ".
By contrast, the British press were jubilant ; many newspapers sought to portray the battle as a victory for Britain over anarchy, and the success was used to attack the supposedly pro-republican Whig politicians Charles James Fox and Richard Brinsley Sheridan.
In 2011, Richard Bean adapted the play for the National Theatre of Great Britain, at the request of director Nicholas Hytner, as a vehicle for actor James Corden.
This has been put forward by J. Richard Gott III, James E. Gunn, David N. Schramm, and Beatrice Tinsley, who said that asking what occurred before the Big Bang is like asking what is north of the North Pole.
In 1966, James Bevel, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Albert Raby led the Chicago Open Housing Movement, which culminated in agreements between Mayor Richard J. Daley and the movement leaders.
, the board is made up of members of the Clay family, whereas the advisory committee is composed of leading authorities in mathematics, namely Sir Andrew Wiles, Yum-Tong Siu, Richard Melrose, Gregory Margulis, James Carlson, and Simon Donaldson.
Its recipients to date are Ian Agol, Manindra Agrawal, Yves Benoist, Manjul Bhargava, Danny Calegari, Alain Connes, Nils Dencker, Alex Eskin, David Gabai, Ben Green, Christopher Hacon, Richard Hamilton, Michael Harris, Jeremy Kahn, Laurent Lafforgue, Gérard Laumon, Vladimir Markovic, James McKernan, Ngô Bảo Châu, Jonathan Pila, Jean-François Quint, Oded Schramm, Stanislav Smirnov, Terence Tao, Clifford Taubes, Richard Taylor, Claire Voisin, Jean-Loup Waldspurger, Andrew Wiles, and Edward Witten.
Dahomey was chosen for some of the filming locations in the movie, The Comedians ( 1967 film ), with an all-star cast that included Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor, Lillian Gish, James Earl Jones, Roscoe Lee Brown, Alec Guinness, Raymond St. Jacques, Gloria Foster, Zakes Mokae, Paul Ford, Georg Stanford Brown, Peter Ustinov, Douta Seck and Cicely Tyson.
At one time or another, the membership included Isaac Asimov, Frederik Pohl, Cyril Kornbluth, James Blish, John Michel, Judith Merril, Robert A. W. Lowndes, Richard Wilson, Damon Knight, Virginia Kidd, and Larry T. Shaw.
The first fullerene to be discovered, and the family's namesake, buckminsterfullerene ( C < sub > 60 </ sub >), was prepared in 1985 by Richard Smalley, Robert Curl, James Heath, Sean O ' Brien, and Harold Kroto at Rice University.
In 1985, Harold Kroto ( then of the University of Sussex ), James R. Heath, Sean O ' Brien, Robert Curl and Richard Smalley, from Rice University, discovered C < sub > 60 </ sub >, and shortly thereafter came to discover the fullerenes .< ref >
Classic works of this Urban Gothic include Robert Louis Stevenson's Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde ( 1886 ), Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray ( 1891 ), George du Maurier's Trilby ( 1894 ), Richard Marsh's The Beetle: A Mystery ( 1897 ), Henry James ' The Turn of the Screw ( 1898 ), and the stories of Arthur Machen.
Regular attendees at his famed soirées included Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy, Joan Crawford and Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart, Claudette Colbert, Marlene Dietrich, Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh, actor Richard Cromwell, Stanley Holloway, Judy Garland, Gene Tierney, Noël Coward, Cole Porter, director James Whale, costume designer Edith Head, and Norma Shearer, especially after the death of her first husband, Irving Thalberg.
The Tenth Street Studio Building was situated at 51 West 10th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, the building was commissioned by James Boorman Johnston and designed by Richard Morris Hunt.
* Textiles – Cotton spinning using Richard Arkwright's water frame, James Hargreaves's Spinning Jenny, and Samuel Crompton's Spinning Mule ( a combination of the Spinning Jenny and the Water Frame ).
* 1982: Ivanhoe, a television movie starring Anthony Andrews as Ivanhoe, Michael Hordern as his Cedric, Sam Neill as Sir Brian de Bois-Gilbert, Olivia Hussey as Rebecca, James Mason as Isaac, Lysette Anthony as Rowena, Julian Glover as King Richard, and David Robb as Robin Hood.
Different accounts on how " Please, Please, Please " came together vary, one story from Etta James stated that during her first meeting with Brown in Macon, Brown " used to carry around an old tattered napkin with him, because Little Richard had written the words, ' please, please, please ' on it and James was determined to make a song out of it ...".
During the 1972 presidential election, James Brown openly proclaimed his support of Richard Nixon for reelection of the presidency over Democrat candidate George McGovern.