AMC announced it will reopen its US movie theaters on July 15th & has changed its mind about requiring customers to wear face masks in all locations. Nonetheless, you can count me out, and I still have several questions.
My review of “7500,” the first skyjacking movie in a long time, with Joseph Gordon-Levitt as a pilot fending off terrorists intent on taking over his plane. That may sound clichéd, but one key choice by the director makes it different.
When “La La Land” came out in 2016, I said it was a movie that would be rewatched on cable for a long time. Three and a half years later, I found it on HBO and enjoyed it all over again. But I still have a question.
Here’s my review of Spike Lee’s “Da 5 Bloods,” the story of a group of Vietnam Veterans who go back “in country” to retrieve the remains on one of their colleagues — as well as a cache of gold.
After a couple of months of not listening to podcasts, here are three episodes I enjoyed recently and recommend to you.
My review of a documentary about kids trying to win the Scripps National Spelling Bee — while trying to figure out why children of immigrants from India have dominated the event for the last dozen years.
For the Picture Of The Day, real-life surgical resident Annie Onishi checks the accuracy of dozens of medical scenes from movies and TV shows, including many you know.
A recent newspaper story about NASA’s plans to slam a spacecraft into an asteroid to change its course reminds me of a real stinker from the era of all-star, big-budget disaster movies.