My review of Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon reuniting for “The Trip To Greece,” the fourth in their series of improvised buddy comedies.
My reaction to video of the large group of covidiots gathered in and around a swimming pool at Lake Of The Ozarks, Missouri, this weekend. Also, what store owners should tell people who won’t wear masks while shopping.
For months, Bill Maher has been asking what can be done if Biden wins the election but Trump refuses to leave the White House. Here is why it’s a moot point.
Last night, I came upon one of my guilty pleasures, “In Like Flint,” the second silly James Coburn spy story (1967). Besides Lee J. Cobb, I’d forgotten its cast included Yvonne Craig as a Russian ballerina and Herb Edelman (complete with bushy fake eyebrows) as the Soviet premier!
As we continue trying out new TV shows in the hope of finding something bingeable, we came upon “Defending Jacob” on Apple TV+, but though we enjoyed it, we encountered a slight problem.
For the Picture Of The Day, on the 28th anniversary of Johnny Carson’s final “Tonight Show,” let’s look back at the time he allowed Mike Wallace to profile him for “60 Minutes” in 1979.
It’s extremely improbable that there’s a parallel universe where positive is negative, left is right, and time runs backwards. But if there is, in that universe, every movie is “Memento.” Except “Memento.”
My review of “The Assistant,” starring Julia Garner as recent college graduate working for a powerful movie executive everyone in the office fears, including the young women he takes advantage of sexually.
Stop doing this on Facebook, Twitter, or any other social media platform. Otherwise, you’re just playing into Trump’s tiny hands.
Some thoughts after reading a piece about the problems airlines will have rebounding from the losses caused by COVID-19, including what to do about passengers who need to use the bathrooms.
My review of a new Netflix special from the comedian, who has the ability to see the silliness in small things and expand on it, turning it into an extended riff, using just the right words and timing.