The Lost King

Sally Hawkins has the heart to prove a dead king of his innocence. William Shakespeare’s tragedy of “Richard III” suggested that the king murdered the Princes in the Tower, and was both a hunchback and usurper. “The Lost King” is… Read More ›


Not even Willem Dafoe’s entertaining performance can escape this room. The concept of “Inside” has Willem Dafoe as an art thief named Nemo assigned with stealing a wealthy art collector’s valuable paintings, until something goes horribly wrong and he’s locked… Read More ›

Boston Strangler

We need a good story for the papers. The second film version about the Boston Strangler comes to Hulu this week under the name “Boston Strangler.” What else? The killer has murdered 13 women in Boston between 1962 and 1964,… Read More ›


Look at these fast bikes and this tough rider. In “Rodeo,” the latest French import, Julia (Julie Ledru) is troubled and independent Caribbean biker, who has a talent for stealing used motorbikes from online sellers by making them hold her… Read More ›

Chang Can Dunk

This Disney+ shoots some hoop dreams “Chang Can Dunk” is another entertaining underdog basketball movie to come out this weekend, after “Champions.” That one starred Woody Harrelson as a drunken coach who trains a group of disabled young adults in… Read More ›


A real dino-sized mess from two of the geniuses behind “A Quiet Place” I hope you don’t forget to bring your I.D. for “Scream VI” or at least take your friend’s advice on “Creed III,” because “65” is one of… Read More ›


A funny, good-hearted comedy that loves these disabled basketball players. I’ve had my concerns with how “Champions” would play out. Would it offend people of intellectual disabilities? Or would it teach some people a thing or two? The answer is… Read More ›

Creed III

Michael B. Jordan gets back in the ring as the star and first time director. Just as I thought 2023 would be a bad year for threequels, coming on the heels of “Magic Mike’s Last Dance” and “Ant-Man and the… Read More ›

Luther: The Fallen Sun

Not much of a TV to movie transition. From “The X-Files” to “Downton Abbey,” current hit live-action shows can get films, which may seem like extended episodes, but actually keep their fans watching and supporting the transition. The same can’t… Read More ›

Jesus Revolution

Hippies and religion collide with more faith than depth. I imagine the religious crowd buying tickets to see “Jesus Revolution,” and why wouldn’t they? I may not that religious, but I still thank Jesus for giving me the faith and… Read More ›

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