I was looking forward to “Wonder Woman 1984,” the superhero sequel with Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, and Kristen Wiig, so I’m sorry to say it’ll show up on my Worst Movies Of 2020 list. Here’s why.
My review of a new movie starring Carey Mulligan, who gives one of the best performances of the year, as a young woman seeking vengeance against men as a result of an incident from her past.
Here are my reviews of an award-winning Swedish TV series and an odd, funny little Italian movie that made me happy I’ve gotten over my dislike of foreign content with subtitles.
My review of a new movie from Amazon starring Tessa Thompson that was clearly designed to be a throwback to the romcoms of the 1950s, but like most of those is so cliche-ridden you can predict every beat.
My review of a new movie (streaming on Netflix) starring Viola Davis as a seminal blues singer and Chadwick Boseman in his last role.
For the Picture Of The Day, here’s the 2020 edition of TCM’s annual montage of actors, filmmakers, and other movie folks who died this year.
Upon hearing of the death of Broadway legend Ann Reinking at 71, I thought of this wonderful scene in Bob Fosse’s movie “All That Jazz,” in which Reinking and Erzsébet Földi dance for Roy Scheider.
My review of a new movie about a wife forced to go on the run with an infant because of something her husband was involved in, starring Rachel Brosnahan (“Mrs. Maisel”) and the most photogenic babies I’ve seen on screen in a very long time.