“John Wick: Chapter 4”
My review of the latest installment in the series starring Keanu Reeves as a hitman trying to stay alive while being hunted by seemingly every bad guy on the planet.
“A Good Person”
In my review of “Don’t Worry Darling” a few months ago, I said I looked forward to Florence Pugh’s next project. Unfortunately, it’s this melodrama in which she co-stars with Morgan Freeman.
My review of a new Hulu movie starring Keira Knightly and Carrie Coon as the reporters who broke much of the story of the serial killings of 13 women in the 1960s.
More Dumb Interview Questions
I couldn’t believe the idiotic questions Norah O’Donnell asked of top US Navy officers in her “60 Minutes” piece Sunday. Here are some examples.
Trump is telling his supporters he’s going to be arrested tomorrow. But how do you incarcerate a former president who is protected by the Secret Service? That’s just one of the questions in this piece.
Earlier this week, I went to the St. Louis county courthouse to serve jury duty for the first time in 14 years. Here’s what that was like.
“Bill Russell: Legend”
My review of a Netflix documentary about the on- and off-court life of the man who won more championships in a team sport than anyone else.
What does the check in a restaurant have in common with a folded piece of paper in a high-priced negotiation? Read on.
Siri Doesn’t Have It
When Siri can’t immediately perform a task I’ve requested, her responses remind me of a scene from a classic comedy movie.
Other Things To Ask Mel Brooks About
I was very disappointed in Maureen Dowd’s big interview with Mel Brooks because she asked him the same questions everyone else has. So I came up with ten others to ask him that he hasn’t answered ad nauseam.
As I Tweeted
You never realize the value of a good squeegee until you use a bad squeegee and drive around with streaks on your window for the rest of the day.
Delray Beach Open
During our recent Florida vacation, my wife and I spent an evening at the quarterfinals of the Delray Beach Open tennis tournament. Here’s what that was like.