“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.
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.
Here’s why I will watch The Oscars this Sunday night — as I do every year — but couldn’t care less about the telecast’s ratings.
The Origin Of “Airplane!”
Many people think the 1980 comedy “Airplane!” was a satire of the “Airport” disaster movies. But as this well-edited video shows, its origin goes back to the 1957 movie, “Dark Hour.”
My review of a new movie starring Bill Nighy as a stiff-upper-lip bureaucrat whose life changes when he gets a grim diagnosis.
Review: “The Son”
My review of a new movie starring Hugh Jackman, Laura Dern, Vanessa Kirby and Zen McGrath as a teen battling clinical depression. It’s not exactly the feel-good hit of the year.