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The big screen is alive and well on the small screen with “Love and Monsters”, a delightful new movie with Hollywood-level digital effects. It’s available now on video-on-demand, but might also … more
In the spirit of the spookiest of holidays, Adam Sandler has returned to his dumb comedy roots with the silly and kind of wonderful “Hubie Halloween”. Sandler has been such a Hollywood mainstay … more
The old-fashioned made-for-TV movie is alive and well in Netflix’s charmingly amateur “Vampires vs. the Bronx.” Or should that be “undead and well”? A lot of new movies during the pandemic … more
Looking for a new family-friendly film to sit down and enjoy with the whole clan in these troubling times? Look no further than Netflix’s new film “Enola Holmes”, a delightful romp that should … more
With movie theaters still closed across he country due to the pandemic, Netflix continues to pump out quality films like “The Devil All the Time” that scratch that new movie itch, but don’t … more
Are you a fan of weird and existential movies? Then Netflix has the perfect picture for you in “I’m Thinking of Ending Things.” The new streaming film is noteworthy because it is directed by … more
Disney decided to try some new things with their live action “Mulan” film, and most of them worked quite well. They wanted a more serious adaptation instead of an identical remake. And they … more
One of my most anticipated movies of this very weird, very empty summer has finally arrived in the form of “Bill & Ted: Face the Music,” a sequel that nobody asked for to a pair of movies … more
The term “Disney movie” still carries a solid reputation when it comes to family friendly entertainment. And that reputation holds firm with the new talking animals film “The One and Only … more
Netflix delivers again with “Project Power” a stylish, action-packed super-powers movie to keep us entertained while theaters remain closed. Movie theaters show no signs of reopening in New York, … more
HBO and Warner Bros. have a new streaming service called HBO Max, and one of their first original feature films is the middling, simplistic “An American Pickle” from Seth Rogen. I’m as much of … more
We’re going to get a little blue with this week’s review of the utterly microscopic indie film “Yes, God, Yes.” Both short in runtime and released with nary a whisper onto video-on-demand, … more
Few actors are more reliable than Tom Hanks, especially in a fatherly role set during World War II. So if you’re looking for a reliably tense and entertaining war movie, look no further than … more
Once again Netflix rides to the rescue this pandemic with “The Old Guard”, an enjoyable and engaging action flick that probably wouldn’t have had a home anywhere else. Actor Charlize Theron … more
“Palm Springs” is the first great movie of the quarantine. Finally, a movie has come out on streaming that is just as fun, endearing, creative and enjoyable as real movies used to be in the … more
Not even a global pandemic can keep Will Ferrell from putting out weird, mildly entertaining new movies, though he’s gone straight to Netflix with “Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire … more
Anyone looking for a new sort of kids movie to show the young ones should have a good amount of fun with the new Dave Bautista vehicle “My Spy”, which recently got relegated to streaming. “My … more
The latest comedian to try to make the jump from “Saturday Night Live” to the big screen is Pete Davidson, with his slightly-autobiographical, overly-long, kinda funny “The King of Staten … more
For the first time since Hollywood shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic, I have found a movie that has likely benefited from not being shown in theaters. That movie is “Artemis Fowl.” Had … more
Comedian Kevin James as a murderous neo-Nazi is only the beginning of the dark madness that is “Becky”, the latest video-on-demand film to arrive during lockdown. We’re still a month away from … more
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