Detroit Part of John Boyega’s appearance during the Star Wars publicity cycle also touched on this movie’s rerelease into theaters for an awards season push. Lady Bird / Get Out Directors Greta Gerwig and Jordan Peele, both of whom broke out as… Read More

The fate of a free and open internet seems to be hanging in the balance, with the Federal Communications Commission seemingly on the cusp of repealing the safeguards put in place to ensure a level playing field for everyone. The FCC, led… Read More

Last Flag Flying Another interview with director Richard Linklater about his career, the pivot to a story that’s outside of what he usually tells and more. Detroit The movie is returning to theaters in select markets around the time it hits home… Read More

Fox is not resting on its laurels or taking a more conventional approach to selling Deadpool 2. At least not based on the first few efforts that have been undertaken. The introduction of the new character Domino was handled by calling back… Read More

You don’t have to be paying super-close attention to notice that two current comedy sequels, one in theaters now and one coming this week, have presented the same basic value proposition to the audience: Variation on original premise + grandparents + Christmas… Read More

Marshall The movie continues to win praise from those who know Thurgood Marshall for how accurate it is to the man and the events it depicts. Suburbicon George Clooney continues to talk about how he took a languishing Coen Brothers script and… Read More

The Killing of a Sacred Deer This profile of Colin Farrell frames the actors’ resurgence in the last 10 years to his embracing of small and quirky roles instead of the big-budget nonsense he was leaning toward pre-2006. Wonderstruck Another look here… Read More

mother! There’s finally a feature profile of Michelle Pfieffer that includes this movie as one of a few recent or upcoming projects marking a return to regular work for one of the great actors of her generation. The Florida Project Now that… Read More

There was a story last week that caught us up on a new trend in movies: The increased usage of John Denver’s music. Denver tunes have appeared in a half-dozen recent films – Free Fire; Alien: Covenant; Diary of a Wimpy Kid:… Read More

There was a problem with the marketing campaign for mother! that never really coalesced in my mind until I saw a new poster. The one-sheet uses a half-disfigured photo of star Jennifer Lawrence surrounded by, on one half, quotes praising the movie… Read More