Film & TV

2021 is the year of movie musicals. The joyous “In the Heights” kicked off the resurgence in June followed by “Annette” and “Cinderella.” Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of “West Side Story” and Lin-Manuel Miranda’s directorial debut, …

Film & TV

Before he made his directorial debut in 1971, the general public knew Clint Eastwood for portraying rugged cowboys in spaghetti westerns. Now, in “Cry Macho,” he directs, produces and stars as Mike Milo, a washed-up …

ReRuns

“Daredevil” shows you what it’s like to take a punch just before it slugs you in the gut. It left a lasting impression on me — it’s rare I can watch a crime show or …

Film & TV

“Lady Of The Manor” proves well-known actors — such as Judy Greer (“13 Going On 30,” “The Wedding Planner”) — can’t save a bad script. The film relies solely on sexual innuendos, substance abuse and …

Film & TV

After last year’s Zoom ceremony, the 73rd Emmy Awards will be held in-person at an outdoor venue in Los Angeles Sept. 19. It will be hosted by Cedric the Entertainer and will air at 7 …

Arts & Entertainment

“Loneliness has followed me my whole life, … There’s no escape. I’m God’s lonely man,” says Travis Bickle in a somber voice-over. Bickle commits awful acts in “Taxi Driver,” but even he finds a companion …

Film & TV

It can be argued that Phase One of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is the weakest slate the studio has released. “Iron Man” and “The Avengers” notwithstanding, the early movies were origin stories of now …

Film & TV

Don’t waste the haunting video of James Corden in a mouse costume hip-thrusting at a random civilian for the promotion of this movie — you need to watch the newest adaptation of “Cinderella” on Amazon …