Richard Corliss, fully Richard Nelson Corliss

Richard
Corliss, fully Richard Nelson Corliss
1944

American Author, Writer for Time Magazine, Co-Editor-in-Chief of Film Comment

Author Quotes

By dint of dogged charisma, Brynner has identified himself with a role more than any other actor since Bela Lugosi hung up his fangs.

Hollywood was born schizophrenic. For 75 years it has been both a town and a state of mind, an industry and an art form.

Today is a time of turbulence and stagnation, of threat and promise from a competitor: the magic, omnivorous videocassette recorder (VCR). In other words, it is business as usual.

It is said that no star is a heroine to her makeup artist.

Mausoleum air and anguished pauses: If this production were a poem, it would be mostly white space.

Every artist undresses his subject whether human or still life. It is his business to find essences in surfaces, and what more attractive and challenging surface than the skin around a soul?

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First Name
Richard
Last Name
Corliss, fully Richard Nelson Corliss
Birth Date
1944
Bio

American Author, Writer for Time Magazine, Co-Editor-in-Chief of Film Comment