My review of “Judy,” with Renee Zellweger as Judy Garland trying to hold things together in the last year of her life.
My review of a new movie starring Keira Knightley as a real-life British intelligence officer who leaked a classified memo to try to stop the inevitable march to war in Iraq.
My review of a new documentary about one of the all-time great singers who not only hit it big with rock and roll and ballads, but standards, traditional Mexican music, and Broadway, too.
If you have a list of movies to find and rent (or borrow from your library, as I do), there are dozens of suggestions here for you to add to your queue. Even if you’re just a movie lover, how many have you seen?
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.