Film

Christopher Robin

In any other year, “Christopher Robin” might’ve swooped into theaters and stolen our hearts with its whimsy and all around pleasant spirit. After all, who doesn’t love Winnie the Pooh? No one, that’s who.

The Darkest Minds

With summertime nearly over, moviegoers are long overdue for another dystopian flick filled with superpowers and kids raging against the adults that aim to suppress them. 

"Umbrellas"

“Riding the New Wave” revisits the seminal films of the French New Wave movement in cinema that helped to redefine the art form in the late 1950s and early 1960s.

Gilda Radner

Before there was Kate McKinnon, Tina Fey or Amy Schumer, there was Gilda Radner.

Mission Impossible Fallout

A couple weeks ago, I wrote about “Skyscraper,” the newest vehicle for Dwayne Johnson that tried to build stakes around his character without having to stoop to showing him as a fallible human being.

Cleo from 5 to 7

“Riding the New Wave” revisits the seminal films of the French New Wave movement in cinema that helped to redefine the art form in the late 1950s and early 1960s.

Marisa Tomei

When most people think of Marisa Tomei, they picture her as Mona Lisa Vito in “My Cousin Vinny.” Or more recently, many imagine her as Aunt May in “Spider-Man: Homecoming” or the upcoming “Spider-Man: Far From Home.” Yet this summer, she appeared in Gerard McMurray’s “The First Purge” as Dr

“Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again”

If it were possible to distill joy into liquid form and inject it directly into the vein, it still wouldn’t be as potent or infectious a high as “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again.”

Skyscraper

“Skyscraper” was once described by its star and producer Dwayne Johnson (“Rampage”) as an “original concept movie,” a film about a man whose family is endangered by terrorists in a massive skyscraper a

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“Riding the New Wave” revisits the seminal films of the French New Wave movement in cinema that helped to redefine the art form in the late 1950s and early 1960s.