A new documentary about a Chinese company taking over a shuttered US auto factory and putting Americans back to work, had me flashing back to the 1986 Ron Howard comedy, “Gung Ho” — except these economic struggles are not played for laughs.
My review of a very funny new movie about a woman who takes up running to change her life, with a breakout performance by Jillian Bell.
For the first time, I offer two review choices simultaneously: you can have the bare bones, no-spoilers version, or the one in which I give away the twists that affect the majority of the plot of this movie, which stars Michelle Williams and Julianne Moore.
They may be “Good Boys,” but the movie about their adventures is so raunchy the kids who star in it can’t see it in a theater because of a hard R rating. Should you? Here’s my review.
Here is my review of a new movie in which a young Pakistani/British man finds his unhappy life changed for the better when a friend turns him on to the music of Bruce Springsteen.
My review of a documentary about the two-time Rock And Roll Hall Of Famer, who wonders why he’s still alive, but understands why his former bandmates won’t even talk to him anymore.
My review of the new movie starring Melissa McCarthy, Tiffany Haddish, and Elisabeth Moss as mob wives who take over a neighborhood in New York when their husbands go to jail.
The boys from Reel Spoilers — Tom, Kevin, and Joe — invited me to join them on this week’s podcast to review Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon A Time…In Hollywood.” Here is how to listen.