Eddie Murphy takes a serious role in “Mr. Church,” which looks a lot like another film from this same director, “Driving Miss Daisy.”
Remember how Mon Mothma said, “Many Bothans died to bring us this information.” This could be that story.
Ira Sachs is one of my favorite filmmakers and one of my favorite people to interview. So it was a very great pleasure to speak to him about his new film, Little Men. The last time we spoke, you were […]
Robert Redford gives a marvelous performance in “Pete’s Dragon,” in theaters today. It’s a good reminder to look back at some of his outstanding films, as actor, director, and producer, over the last five decades. Redford repeated his Broadway role […]
“Equity” is a razor sharp financial thriller about people who are themselves razor sharp. Their battlefields are boardrooms and trading floors but the stakes are high and the rules are just a starting point. There has been some understandable buzz […]
In this film based on the book co-authored by Eckhart Tolle, Milton (William Ainscough) is a 12 year-old boy growing up in an economically and socially unpredictable world. His mother and father (Mia Kirshner, David Sutcliffe) are workaholics with marital […]
Parents are never prepared to answer the “Where do babies come from?” question. When writer/director Evan Blank was asked to write a comically awkward scene, he remembered his own conversation with his father. Twinkies and Donuts is his cute, comedically […]
I’m delighted to be able to present an exclusive clip from the behind-the-scenes Hollywood documentary “The Man Who Saved Ben-Hur,” now available streaming and DVD.
This week the second movie of the year based on the life of Florence Foster Jenkins opens in theaters with Meryl Streep as the woman whose love for music was almost as monumental as her lack of talent. Florence Foster […]
CNN has a story about a new innovation in movie theaters that seems to be more theme park ride than cinematic storytelling.