In my series of favorite unsung movies, it was inevitable I’d come to “Josie and the Pussycats,” a film I’ve unironically loved since its release in 2001.
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In an era in which the term “fake news” is regularly applied to real news stories, it is even more important to take a look at “Shattered Glass.”
Netflix’s original mini-series “Hollywood,” a revisionist look at late-1940s Hollywood from Ian Brennan and Ryan Murphy, debuted on May 1, but in the weeks since its release, it feels even more relevant.
With the production and release of new films largely on hold for the next few months — supposedly Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet” is arriving in theaters in July, but I’m not holding my breath — I wanted to start a series exploring some of my favorite films that don’t always get the attention th…
As with everything, the pandemic has had a profound effect on the film industry. The theatrical release of new films from the major studios has been on hold since March.
With the recent release of the jukebox musical remake of the 1983 teen film “Valley Girl” arriving for home viewing, I did a double feature of both versions, as I had never seen the original.
In the past weeks, I’ve offered some binge-worthy film franchises, but this week I’d like to spotlight the TV series I have most enjoyed making my way through. Twice no less.
Last fall, I spoke with transgender activist and actor Nicole Maines. At the time, Maines, who plays Nia Nal on "Supergirl" was the subject of the One Book One Valley community read "Becoming Nicole."
For the last couple of weeks, I’ve been in the process of rewriting a script written by a friend of a friend. To put it kindly, the script, which is set in purgatory, has issues, but the bones of the script were good, so I took on the task of doing a near-complete rewrite.
The last thing I ordered before going into social-isolation mode was the complete collection of the “Mad Max” films on Blu-ray. I didn’t consciously purchase this as a reflection of the current state of the world. Honest. It was just a really good deal.
With social distancing and self-quarantining becoming the new normal for the foreseeable future, now is as good as time as any to binge some movie franchises — the longer the better.
“Onward,” the latest film from Pixar, is a funny, high-spirited fantasy adventure with several big emotional moments that will have kids asking their parents, “Why are you crying?” We wouldn’t expect anything less from the animation studio behind such films as “Toy Story” series, “WALL-E,” “…
In the opening scenes of “The Invisible Man,” a woman (Elisabeth Moss) escapes an abusive husband (Oliver Jackson-Cohen) in the middle of the night. As the woman, Cecilia, quietly moves through the large house of her tech-genius husband Adrian, she passes by some mysterious technology which …