Posts Tagged ‘Danny DeVito’

Arts Roundup: Bits and Pieces Edition

Good morning, D.C.! Hopefully those of you granted off in the name of colonization enjoyed your free time yesterday. Maybe you took in the record-high sunshiny heat, or perhaps you celebrated National Coming Out Day. Either way...onward!
If you were unable to make it to Artisphere over the long weekend, never fear! Overviews abound! Ours are here [...]

Tonight in Film: L.A. Confidential at American City Diner

“Life is good in Los Angeles. It’s paradise on Earth,” narrates Danny DeVito in the first moments of L.A. Confidential, Curtis Hanson’s thickly and richly plotted 1997 police drama based on the novel by James Ellroy. “That’s what they tell you, anyway.” It remains the best film about systemic corruption in the City of Angels [...]