During my trip to LA this weekend, I visited both the Movie Academy Museum and the Petersen Automotive Museum. Here are a few stories from each.
Despite my not-too-positive review of “Elvis,” it opened atop the box office charts this weekend, which reminded me of the time I made an even worse prediction involving a terrible Sly Stallone movie.
Here’s my review of Baz Luhrmann’s new movie bio of Elvis Presley, with Austin Butler as the singer and Tom Hanks as his abusive manager, Col. Tom Parker.
Here’s my review of a new movie starring Mark Rylance as a real-life guy who entered the British Open in 1976 — even though he’d never played a round of golf in his life.
Here’s my review of Pixar’s new entry in the “Toy Story” cinematic universe, an animated adventure centered on space ranger Buzz Lightyear versus the evil villain Zurg.
My review of a new movie in which a widowed woman (Emma Thompson) hires a sex worker (Daryl McCormack) to experience what it’s like to be with a man whose job is merely to give her pleasure.
My review of a movie (streaming on Netflix) about a giant deception British spies used during World War II to fool the Nazis, involving a corpse that washed ashore with some phony documents.
My review of the sequel to one of Tom Cruise’s biggest hits, with a new squad of hotshot pilots, a suicide mission, a new love interest, and some voices from the past.