live a lot of lies, but I lived one big one,” Lance Armstrong tells
documentarian Alex Gibney, but even that admission is probably untrue. The Armstrong Lie is an unflinching look
at the career of cycling’s
Ian McKellen, one of cinema's grand old men, was once young. This obvious observation was brought home by the DVD release of �Country Matters,� a 1972 British television series starring McKellen as an Edwardian art instructor in an idyllic rural setting. McKellen's character is admittedly a mediocre painter but is an artist at romance. Avid for his female students, he lays a discrete ha...