I read that HBO Max is going ahead with a sequel to the 1983 classic, “A Christmas Story.” Here’s why that’s an update we don’t need.
Here are some scenes that were shot for the Mel Brooks/Gene Wilder 1974 classic “Young Frankenstein,” but didn’t make it into the final cut — probably because they aren’t even the least bit amusing.
Having shared my lists of the Best Movies Of 2021 and the Worst Movies Of 2021, I’m finishing the week with the ten Best Documentaries Of 2021.
I’ve given you my lists of the Best Movies Of 2021. Now, here come the other end of the spectrum, my Worst Movies Of 2021. They’re so bad that after suffering through these, I took special glee in shredding them in my reviews.
Yesterday, I posted my list of the Best Movies Of 2021. Today I have ten more titles I really enjoyed and strongly recommend — some of which you’ve probably never even heard of (but might want to add to your streaming queue).
These are the movies that impressed me most in the last twelve months, regardless of platform. At the very least, this list should give you a few ideas for titles to add to your streaming queues.
My review of a new satire from Adam McKay with a stellar cast that includes Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep, and Jonah Hill. Unfortunately, it’s missing one essential element of satire — the funny part.
My review of Aaron Sorkin’s movie about Lucille Ball (Nicole Kidman) and Desi Arnaz (Javier Bardem) having to fend off multiple events that could have forced “I Love Lucy” off the air instead of into TV history.