My review of a movie starring Will Smith as Richard Williams, whose unorthodox strategies upended the tennis world and turned his daughters Venus and Serena into two of the greatest players in history. It will be on my Best Movies Of 2021 list.
Kenneth Branagh’s wonderful little slice of life, drawn from the writer/director’s own childhood during The Troubles in Northern Ireland in the last 1960s, is a lock for my Best Movies Of 2021 list. Read my review here.
My review of a new documentary chronicling a road trip by comedians Bobcat Goldthwait and Dana Gould as they tour and perform together while reminiscing about their oddly similar upbringings.
My review of a new Tom Hanks movie best described as a mostly-lighthearted coming of age story during an apocalyptic road trip. If that has you scratching your head, read on.
Instead of my usual movie review format, here’s what I imagine the pitch meeting was like for “The Harder They Fall,” a new western with an almost all-Black cast that’s streaming now on Netflix.
My review of an action movie starring Maggie Q, Samuel L. Jackson, and Michael Keaton that I missed when it hit theaters in August, but is now available on DVD and video-on-demand.
With his latest movie, Wes Anderson may have reached maximum Wes Anderson-ness, complete with a huge stable of actors from his repertory company and beyond. But does that mean it’s worth your time and money? Here’s my review.
My review of Edgar Wright’s new movie, starring Thomasin McKenzie, Anya Taylor-Joy, and another great soundtrack full of tunes from the Swinging Sixties in London.