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Wednesday, Sep. 28, 2022
Review: Director Nicholas Stoller's "Bros"
"Bros," the latest romantic comedy to hit theaters, is absolutely revolutionary. And totally conventional. It's a film where both extremes can be true at the same time. The revolutionary part comes from it being the first gay rom-com produced and distributed by a major American studio. And yet it...
Wednesday, Sep. 21, 2022
Review: Writer-Director Lena Dunham's "Catherine Called Birdy"
Passion projects can go all sorts of wrong ways, but Lena Dunham has made something of a triumph in "Catherine Called Birdy," a medieval coming-of-age story that's part "Bridget Jones's Diary," part Mel Brooks and all joy. The film is based on a book she discovered at age 10, when she was an angsty...
Wednesday, Sep. 21, 2022
Review: Director Reginald Hudlin's "Sidney" Delves Into Life Of Poitier
Sidney Poitier was not expected to live. He was born two months premature to uneducated tomato farmers in the Caribbean. His father planned to use a shoe box as a makeshift coffin. Poitier's rise from that humble origin to become an Oscar-winning box office draw and civil rights figure who remade...
Wednesday, Sep. 21, 2022
Review: Director Olivia Wilde's "Don't Worry Darling"
Somewhere around when TikTok videos were analyzing, with the intensity of the Zapruder film, whether spit flew at the Venice Film Festival premiere of Olivia Wilde's "Don't Worry Darling," it became clear that the melodrama of the movie's promotional tour had easily eclipsed the movie, itself. The...
Thursday, Sep. 15, 2022
Review: Ana de Armas Connects As Marilyn Monroe In Andrew Dominik's "Blonde"
What a dream it must be to be Marilyn Monroe, a starstruck assistant tells her. "Everyone would give their right arm to be you!" And we cringe, as we'll do many times during Andrew Dominik's brutal, bruising and often beautiful "Blonde," starring a heartbreaking Ana de Armas. This time, it's...
Thursday, Sep. 15, 2022
Review: Director Brett Morgen's "Moonage Daydream" Brings David Bowie Back To Earth
Brett Morgen's David Bowie documentary "Moonage Daydream " plunges into the mind of the rock star — it puts a ray gun to Bowie's head — and comes away with something that, at its best, is a gift of sound and vision. It goes without saying that Bowie, like his alter-ego Ziggy Stardust, always seemed...
Thursday, Sep. 8, 2022
Review: Director Robert Zemeckis' "Pinocchio"
After a string of live-action remakes, from "Beauty and the Beast" to "The Lion King," the Walt Disney Co. has finally gotten around to " Pinocchio." Along the way, there have been some nice performances, enormous heaps of CGI and, lest anyone forget, one very blue Will Smith. Whether any of these...
Thursday, Sep. 8, 2022
Review: Director-Writer Zach Cregger's "Barbarian" 
"Barbarian" starts at night with a heavy downpour and a thunderclap. So far, so good, for what seems to be a classic horror movie. Hold onto your ponchos. Some two hours later you will have seen virtually every horror convention —- from doors slamming on their own to weird monsters with mommy...
Saturday, Sep. 3, 2022
Cast Reflects On, Shares Details About "Rings of Power"
Amazon Studios has launched "The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power," a series is based on J.R.R. Tolkien's writings which take place long before "Lord of the Rings" and "Hobbit" films and books. It's a television production of epic proportions, with an estimated price tag of $465 million for...
Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2022
Fall Movie Preview: High Hopes For A Return To Box Office Norm
For the first time in three years, the fall movie industrial complex is lurching back into high gear. Festival red carpets are rolled out. Oscar campaigns are primed. Long-awaited blockbusters, like "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever" and "Avatar: The Way of Water," are poised for big box office. But...

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