There’s a new movie about the black private dick who’s a sex machine to all the chicks. Yes, I’m talking about John Shaft. Here’s my review.
Here’s my review of “Late Night,” Mindy Kaling’s satire of late-night television, with a host who seems kinda Letterman-like — except she’s played by Emma Thompson.
My review of a documentary about the astounding collection of singers and songwriters who lived in a section of LA in the mid-60s and changed rock and roll history.
Her standup specials helped Ali Wong break out, but her new Netflix feature “Always Be My Maybe” will make her a movie star, too. Here’s my review.
My review of “Rocketman,” based on the life of Elton John — child prodigy, brilliant musician, great showman, and rock megastar.
My review of “Booksmart,” a coming-of-age story of two friends who devoted all their time in high school to academics and each other. But, on the eve of graduation, they’re gonna make up for their lack of partying in one night.
Keanu Reeves and director Chad Stahelski return with the third in their series of adventures of John Wick, a hitman who may have made too many enemies. Here’s my review.
I can imagine how the meeting went when the writer/director pitched her idea for a movie about women in a retirement community who start a cheerleading squad. Click for the transcript.