This speech — written by Paddy Chayefsky and spoken by James Garner in “The Americanization of Emily” — must be considered the greatest anti-war monologue in movie history.
My review of a new movie starring Matt Damon as a blue-collar Oklahoma father who travels to France to try to get his daughter released from the prison where she’s serving time for killing her roommate/lover.
If you enjoy watching lots of mundane footage from someone else’s home movies and videos, even if you’re not related to them, a new documentary about Val Kilmer might be for you. But read my full review first.
My review of a not-too-impressive movie starring Mark Wahlberg as a father who walks across America spreading a no-bullying message after his gay son is driven to suicide by intolerant fellow high school students.
If you read my review of “The Tomorrow War,” you know how much I disliked it, which is why it was so much fun to sit down with the guys at the Reel Spoilers podcast and discuss it. Here’s how you can listen to our conversation.
In 1989, Michael Caine did a televised master class called “Acting In Film.” It’s a must-see for anyone who’s ever considered working on the big screen, or is a fan of movies and the process involved in making them. Watch it here.
My review of a new Steven Soderbergh movie starring Don Cheadle, Benicio Del Toro, Jon Hamm, Kieran Culkin, and Ray Liotta, who are all a lot of fun to watch even if the noir-ish plot is nearly impossible to unravel.
How many science fiction cliches can be jammed into one movie? Find out in my review of “The Tomorrow War,” which pits Chris Pratt vs. a bunch of hungry aliens.