comedy

Lightyear

This Buzz movie doesn’t fly, but it falls with style. There would be no doubt a solo feature of the ever popular “Toy Story” space ranger Buzz Lightyear would be green lit by Disney and Pixar. In a recent trend,… Read More ›

Ms. Marvel

The bright and colorful Disney+ series about Captain Marvel’s biggest fan. “Ms. Marvel” is a warm up for the upcoming “Captain Marvel” sequel “The Marvels,” telling the story of a young Pakistani-American teenager living in Jersey City who is a… Read More ›

Hustle

The Adam Sandler sports film that shoots some hoops. When you begin to watch “Hustle,” you see Adam Sandler’s Happy Madison Production logo, and you’re thinking you’re in trouble. But as you continue watching it, you’re relieved. It’s neither at… Read More ›

Hollywood Stargirl

Disney+ sequel sings its heart out. The new made-for-Disney+ movie “Hollywood Stargirl” is a sequel to the studio’s 2020 film “Stargirl.” Both films are made by husband and wife filmmakers Julia Hart and Jordan Horowitz, and both star Grace VanderWaal… Read More ›

Emergency

What to do in a situation like this. History has a way of repeating itself, regarding all the negative racism going on. Innocent black people getting shot by white cops or white criminals is a horrific example. Others would be… Read More ›

The Bob’s Burgers Movie

A happy meal of a TV-to-movie conversion that has In-n-Out laughs. “Bob’s Burgers” is the latest adult animated series to make it on the silver screen after “Beavis & Butthead,” “South Park,” “Aqua Teen Hunger Force,” and “The Simpsons.” “The… Read More ›

On the Count of Three

Jerrod Carmichael’s funny and effective directorial debut about suicide and unfinished business. Jerrod Carmichael, best known for his comedic roles in “Neighbors” and “The Carmichael Show,” makes his directorial debut of the suicide comedy “On the Count of Three.” It’s… Read More ›

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