Movie

  • Mr. Malcolm’s List

    by - Jul 1, 2022
    “Mr. Malcolm’s List” is a light, frothy movie that concerns a gentleman who has the wrong idea about dating. Or as it’s known in this 19th century period piece, courtship. Mr. Malcolm is played by Sope Dirisu, with...
  • Fourth of July

    by - Jul 1, 2022
    “Fourth of July,” about a recovering alcoholic jazz musician who confronts his parents during a holiday get-together, is the kind of indie movie that doesn’t get made much anymore, with good reason. The movie represents a comeback...
  • Prime Video’s The Terminal List is an Alpha Male Cry for Help

    by - Jul 1, 2022
    In the first episode of Prime Video’s new action series “The Terminal List,” Chris Pratt’s Cmdr. James Reece guides his fellow Navy SEALs on an in-and-out mission to Syria that goes horribly wrong. It’s as if people were waiting...
  • Home Entertainment Guide: June 2022

    by - Jun 30, 2022
    10 NEW TO HBO MAX “Across the Universe””Blade””The Card Counter””Colossal””Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon””The Goonies””The Grand Budapest Hotel””The Iron Giant””Magic Mike””Red Eye””Total Recall” 10 NEW TO NETFLIX “The Departed””Dumb & Dumber””The Fighter””The Golden Compass””The Hurt Locker””It””Kung Fu...
  • The Quarry is a Must-Play for Horror Fans

    by - Jun 29, 2022
    Seven years after the success of “Until Dawn,” the fine folks at Supermassive Games and 2K Games have released a spiritual sequel, another cinematic experience that shifts and rewrites itself based on your decisions. The team...
  • Bright Wall/Dark Room June 2022: Most Wonderful by Nathaniel Missildine

    by - Jun 29, 2022
    We are pleased to offer an excerpt from the June 2022 edition of the online magazine Bright Wall/Dark Room. Their theme this month is “Melodrama.” In addition to the excerpted essay below by Nathaniel Missildine on “L.A. Story,” the new issue also features...
  • Hulu’s Only Murders in the Building Makes Cozy Complicated in Season Two

    by - Jun 28, 2022
    “You made feel so cozy.” Amy Schumer says that line a few minutes into the second season of Hulu’s “Only Murders in the Building,” playing a Diane Keaton-costumed version of herself. It’s a self-referential moment:...
  • Endangered

    by - Jun 28, 2022
    Recent years have not been particularly kind to those hardy souls practicing fine art of journalism. The profession as a whole has been jeopardized by numerous economic factors, along with the rise of new platforms that...
  • First Love

    by - Jun 27, 2022
    “First Love” is an earnest but unremarkable romance wrapped around an intelligent and sometimes powerful story of the destruction that capitalism inflicts on middle-class American families.  “First Love” is written and directed by A.J. Edwards, a protege...
  • A Look Back at Tribeca 2022: The Documentary Features

    by - Jun 27, 2022
    Considering how the format has exploded in popularity over the last few years, it’s perhaps not surprising to discover that documentaries made up a significant chunk of the lineup at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival. One...