One of my favorite YouTube personalities offers her list of the five worst hotels you should avoid in Las Vegas. I agree with all of them — but she missed one.
The airport in Detroit is taking a big step back from the security theater we’ve had to put up with since 9/11 — unlike a security checkpoint I dealt with in Egypt a few weeks ago. Here’s the story.
I am looking forward to seeing an HBO documentary about the comedian/writer/director/actor who I’ve been a fan of for nearly 50 years.
I have been watching and writing about a lot of movies lately (including six reviews last week), but I’ve also been reading about them in a great new book about the history of the Academy Awards. Here’s my review.
Here’s a flashback to when ABC tried to introduce a satellite-delivered Top 40 music format called Superadio in 1982, starring some of the top DJs in the country.
Here’s the story from last night of a waiter who offered to give my wife some hot mashed potatoes to go. I thought I was in a remake of an old Steve Martin short.
Here’s my review of a new movie starring Julia Garner and Jessica Henwick as vacationers who take a job in a mining town in the Australian outback, only to find themselves surrounded by dangerously toxic masculinity.
Here’s my review of Bill Burr’s new movie, about Generation X fathers trying to navigate a world of Millennials, including their younger wives.
Here’s my review of Martin Scorsese’s new movie (with Leonardo DiCaprio, Lily Gladstone, and Robert De Niro) about an indigenous community made rich by oil, then devastated by greedy white men.
Here’s my review of the latest from writer-director John Carney (“Once,” “Sing Street”), who specializes in small stories about people whose lives are connected by music.
Here’s my review of a new version of Herman Wouk’s story of Captain Queeg (Kiefer Sutherland) and the officers who conspired to remove him from command of his ship.
When I’m in an elevator, I always try to be polite and let other people get off first, but this can cause an awkward situation.
Jamie Foxx plays a high-powered lawyer and Tommy Lee Jones is his client. But don’t be fooled by the presence of those two great actors or add it to your Prime Video queue until you read my review.
Here’s why RFK Jr. announcing he’s running for president as an independent should scare the hell out of Biden supporters — and every other rational American.
I fell for some online hype about a supposedly-secret magic show in Las Vegas, but was left more angry than amazed. Here’s my review.