As the title character in “Gloria Bell,” Julianne Moore gives a very solid performance and looks terrific. She plays a empty-nest divorcee in her fifties who’s looking for some companionship. She goes by herself to bars, waiting for a guy to ask her to dance. But this isn’t “Looking For Mr. Goodbar.”
An encounter at the UPS store had me thinking about Netflix’s DVD-by-mail service, and another video resource you may not know about.
My review of the remarkable documentary “Apollo 11,” which contains lots of footage you have never seen from the greatest scientific achievement ever, fifty years ago this summer.
It doesn’t matter whether or not you’ve seen “Captain Marvel” (or plan to), you can still enjoy this break down of some movie magic, with co-directors Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck explaining how they shot a fight scene on a train.
My review of “Triple Frontier,” which is part war movie, part heist movie, starring Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac, Charlie Hunnam, Garrett Hedlund, and Pedro Pascal.
Too often, movie trailers reveal too much of the plot, instead of just teasing us. But this one got it absolutely right.
My review of “The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind,” Chiwetel Ejiofor’s first directorial effort (he wrote and stars in it, too), which debuts today on Netflix.
If you missed my snarky remarks about the Oscars on Twitter and Facebook, here they are, all in one place!