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I’m a fan of Steve Almond’s writing, and really enjoyed his take on “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” especially his discussion of the relationship between Ferris (Matthew Broderick) and Cameron (Alan Ruck). Hughes could have simply cast [Cameron] as a straight […]

Meet Robo-Dog, the world’s coolest pet. He can run super-fast, grow a bionic arm, talk, and even fly! After creating the perfect pooch for his son Tyler, genius dad Tom (Patrick Muldoon, “Days of Our Lives”) gets called away. When […]

It is an honor to join with my fellow online film critics to announce our awards for the best films of 2016. The nominees are below with the winners in bold. Best Picture Arrival The Handmaiden Hell or High Water […]

The delightful and surprisingly wise film Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life is available today on DVD/Blu-Ray and we are honored to be able to present an exclusive behind the scenes clip about the main character’s pesky younger […]

“Leap,” an animated film starring Elle Fanning, Dane DeHaan, and singer Carly Rae Jepsen, opens in March 2017.

The Internet Film Critics Society has announced its awards for 2016. I am proud to be a member. Best Drama: Moonlight Best Comedy: Everybody Wants Some!! Best Horror or Science Fiction Film: Arrival Best Action Film: Hell or High Water […]

Happy new year! Happy January! Here’s what’s coming to theaters this month, with a little bit about what else we’ll be seeing in 2017. FRIDAY, JANUARY 6 Silence Andrew Garfield and Adam Driver star in Martin Scorsese’s epic about faith […]

This discussion of creativity includes “Hamilton’s” Lin-Manuel Miranda, “Atlanta’s” Donald Glover, “Insecure’s” Issa Rae, and “La La Land’s” Damien Chazelle. Their ideas should help you spark your own creativity as you get ready for the new year.

Celebrate New Year’s Eve with this charming gif from the pre-code Cecil B. DeMille classic, “Madam Satan.” via GIPHY

Garry Marshall’s “New Year’s Eve” shows us a variety of happy, poignant, and romantic encounters on the night of December 31. “When Harry Met Sally” has a memorable New Year’s Eve dance. Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn “step into a […]