Archive for August 26th, 2009

Here’s a link to a great post by Big Hollywood’s John Nolte on Jimmy Cagney and what’s arguably his best movie, White Heat:

“White Heat” remains as powerful and entertaining sixty-years on because the goals its creators are grounded in the modest, timeless idea of gathering together the most gifted of artists to tell the best story possible. That might sound like an old-fashioned concept among the sophisticates, but long after the intellectual fad of postmodernism joins the hula hoop and the lava lamp, [Cagney’s] Cody Jarrett will live on.

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