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Friday, May. 19, 2023
Nicole Holofcener, Julia Louis-Dreyfus Reunite For "You Hurt My Feelings"
Nicole Holofcener has learned a few things about Hollywood over the years. That attending the Oscars is more fun as a guest than a nominee. That when someone just says "congratulations" after a film, they didn't like it and don't want to tell you. That getting to work with your idols is one of the...
Wednesday, May. 17, 2023
Review: Director Louis Leterrier's "Fast X"
Fans and critics may disagree over when exactly the "Fast & Furious" franchise jumped the shark, but there is only one correct answer: When the Pontiac Fiero went into space. Weightless and violating every physical law, the floating car — tasked with bumping a satellite in the ninth installment...
Wednesday, May. 10, 2023
Review: Director Davis Guggenheim's "Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie"
I've always liked Michael J. Fox and always will. I suspect most people feel the same way. That's surely partly because, as Marty McFly in "Back to the Future" and Alex P. Keaton in "Family Ties," Fox was a fixture of so many childhoods. But there's also a way that Fox remains forever boyish — a...
Friday, Apr. 28, 2023
Review: James Gunn's "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3"
When Peter "Star-Lord" Quill, while inspecting a murky extraterrestrial region, pressed play on Redbone's "Come and Get Your Love" in the first "Guardians of the Galaxy," it would have been hard to imagine that James Gunn's space opera would ultimately lead to something as sincere, poignant and...
Thursday, Apr. 27, 2023
Review: Writer-Director Kelly Fremon Craig's "Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret"
There is not a cynical molecule in the big-screen adaptation of "Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret," a sweet, playful and reverential adaptation of Judy Blume's famed coming-of-age novel about the everyday problems of an 11-year-old girl. Perhaps it shouldn't have been earthshattering for...
Friday, Apr. 21, 2023
Review: Director Stephen Williams' "Chevalier"
Joseph Bologne, the Chevalier de Saint-Georges, was an extraordinarily accomplished man in Marie Antoinette's France. He was a scholar, a fencer, a virtuoso violinist and a famous and sought-after composer who wrote string quartets, symphonies and operas. His influence was vast, but he was all but...
Thursday, Apr. 20, 2023
Review: Director Lisa Cortés' "Little Richard: I Am Everything"
The king of rock 'n' roll didn't die at Graceland in 1977. He died just three years ago in Tullahoma, Tennessee, and he never really got the crown he deserved. That's the persuasive case made by Lisa Cortés' documentary "Little Richard: I Am Everything," an insightful biography of an unlikely hero...
Wednesday, Apr. 19, 2023
HBO's "Somebody Somewhere" Finds Joy, Acceptance In Middle America
There are no flying dragons, zombies or media moguls in the HBO series "Somebody Somewhere," making it different in tone and scope from the network's larger, flashier shows. But the Bridget Everett-starring series is unique in its own right for its themes of representation, acceptance and also...
Wednesday, Apr. 12, 2023
Review: Director Chris McKay's "Renfield"
"Renfield" is not Nicolas Cage's first blush with a vampire. In 1988's "Vampire's Kiss," he played a New York literary agent who thought he was an immortal bloodsucker. His bug-eyed performance was essentially the birth of the over-the-top, kabuki-inflected mythology of Cage. Years later, it would...
Wednesday, Apr. 5, 2023
Review: Director Ben Affleck's "Air"
The new movie " Air " is technically about a shoe. There is nothing especially extraordinary about this shoe. As the Q-like Nike designer Peter Moore (Matthew Maher) explains, the last significant change to footwear was made some 600 years ago when the decision was made to differentiate the right...