Getting Tipsy at the Movies: "Drunk History" Does "Citizen Kane"
John Lithgow also seems perfect as media magnate William Randolph Hearst (cough cough, we mean Charles Foster Kane). Sample dialogue: "Like, I'm making a kickass movie, man!" We're pretty sure that's exactly how Welles pitched the project.
Christ on Kane: On the Meaning of Rosebud
To write about Citizen Kane is to invite ... What is his flaw? What is the meaning of Charles Foster Kane’s life? And what is the meaning of his last, infamous, enigmatic utterance, “Rosebud”? III. Those questions provide the frame for the ...
The Rupert Murdoch-Sized Risk of Making ‘Citizen Kane’
So does that mean Hearst succeeded? Landon: Because people like me primarily know about Hearst because of Citizen Kane, I’d say not ... Instead of asking “What was rosebud?”, they could’ve asked “Who was Kane?”. The enigma here, of course ...
What's the Big Deal?: Citizen Kane (1941)
Further reading: If you have somehow managed to live your entire life without seeing Citizen Kane and without knowing the meaning of "Rosebud," then don't read any of these until you do. Roger Ebert's essay on the film gives a good overview. Even better ...
Iroquois Amphitheater presents an outdoor screening of 'Citizen Kane' tonight [Movies]
Throughout the story hangs the mystery of “rosebud”: what does it mean? “Citizen Kane” screens tonight at the Iroquois Amphitheater. The film starts at 8:30 and admission is free. The Amphitheater is located at 1080 Amphitheater Road in Iroquois Park.