Now streaming on Hulu, ‘Mike Tyson: The Knockout,’ shows how years of celebrity culture and personal drama took their toll on the famed boxer.
Although it underuses Mel Gibson, ‘Boss Level’ shows it’s still possible to make movies with the simple goal of giving viewers some escape and enjoyment.
An everyman who becomes a Cold War spy; a Christian version of ‘High School Musical’; a new ‘Mighty Ducks’? These seven intriguing titles premiere in March.
The storyline and issues ‘To All the Boys: Always and Forever’ touches on maintains its universal appeal for people from all cultural backgrounds.
Author and mother of four Laura Sobiech discusses the new film depicting her son’s life and cultural impact — and the role of faith during trying times.
Thea and Billie learn that personal success and glory for themselves is ultimately glory for their dads, and Bill and Ted realize that their own pride and joy is more fully expressed in their children’s accomplishments than in their own.
The streaming wars are heating up, as John Krasinski’s ‘Some Good News’ signs on with CBS, ‘Hamilton’ heads to Disney Plus, and Tom Hanks’ new war movie goes straight to Apple TV.
The virus isn’t destroying Hollywood so much as it’s accelerating shifts that were already in motion.
Very powerful people spent very much money hiring very big names to create a very new product, and that’s why you’ve been hearing the word ‘Quibi.’
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Netflix’s ‘Spenser Confidential’ is a riot. If you like this go at the Spenser character, the original book version is a must-read.
“Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings” is a magical breath of monoculture, exhaled gently into the frenzied streaming universe at our time of greatest need.
With an eye towards great storytelling that families can enjoy together, here are 44 timeless titles currently still in the vault. Hopefully they’ll land on Disney Plus sooner rather than later.
However much your child may like Big Bird, in an age of overwhelming diversity in the programming available to consumers, PBS doesn’t deserve a single penny from taxpayers.
If what we see in ‘Star Trek: Picard’ are the same old ideas we’re fed by thought police, it will be a disappointment and a betrayal to the original series.
Disney’s sequel-driven market dominance will only continue, as the company has not only broadened its reach but cemented its formula.
Maybe the late night talk show is a habit of older generations: people who don’t have Netflix and wouldn’t watch Michelle Wolf if they did.
While the Academy is happy to crow about diversity, another kind of intolerance remains at play regarding films like ‘Roma.’
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