Here’s my review of a new movie on Netflix about a young man from the lowest caste in India who rises to become a successful entrepreneur.
Looking for something to watch today? Here’s a one-act play by Ken Levine (“Cheers,” “Frasier,” “M*A*S*H”), with Joely Fisher and Tim Daly as stars of a 1990s sitcom who reunite after 25 years. Great performances — and funny, too!
Here’s my review of a new movie starring Frances McDormand as a woman who is forced to become a “van dweller,” traveling around the American southwest after losing her husband, job, and community.
Quickies about NASA’s Perseverance landing on Mars, a nice touch to the high-tech at the Australian Open, the disappointment of restaurants without websites, another very unnecessary movie remake, and more.
My review of a new movie starring Rosamund Pike as a con woman who exploits senior citizens by having them declared wards of the state and getting herself named their legal guardian.
If your day could use an injection of Pure Class, this post from Dolly Parton should do it.
As a longtime broadcaster, here’s my perspective on the death of Rush Limbaugh and his negative impact on both the radio industry and the very fabric of America.
For the Picture Of The Day, here’s Eric Idle talking about some of his acting roles on screen. He not only touches on the highs (various Monty Python projects + “The Rutles”), but also the lows (“Casper” + “Nearly Departed”).
Do we need another movie about characters caught in a time loop, reliving the same day over and over? “The Map Of Tiny Perfect Things” isn’t as great as “Groundhog Day,” but is it worth your time? Here’s my review.
Here’s my review of a new movie about a onetime leader of the Black Panther Party and the infiltrator who was forced to betray him by the FBI, with stunning performances by Daniel Kaluuya and LaKeith Stanfield.
For the Picture Of The Day, a quintet called Maytree replicates iPhone sound effects perfectly — and a medley of opening movie logo themes, too!
Here’s my review of “Land,” starring (and directed by) Robin Wright as a woman trying to overcome a personal trauma by moving to a log cabin atop a mountain in Wyoming, where she’s determined to make it on her own.