Written and produced by Misha Green, the series shows how racists react to a group of Black road trippers as they make their way through the small towns of the Midwest and East.
Westerns had John Wayne, Jimmy Stewart and Henry Fonda. Space westerns were the domain of Harrison Ford and Mark Hamill. Now, Kevin Costner stakes his claim to to the “modern” western.
I backed into “You.” Then I became obsessed with it.
This one is worth the effort. It could even help explain why you hang on to people who, at some point, took a different path in life.
“Love and Monsters” plays out like a dandy family film, scary enough to hold interest, but telling enough to make you care about the world you’re in. That makes it a timely one for family holiday gatherings.
While “The War With Grandpa” is harmless enough to give families a safe night out, it’s a not-so-jolly holiday option. Choose wisely.
A film about a family that scams anyone and everyone may not be the best day brightener in 2020.
“Tenet” was supposed to be the summer’s big blockbuster – a sure bet for Oscar consideration later in the year. Then COVID-19 hit, “Tenet’s” release date got pushed and, finally, the folks who saw it in theaters weren’t enough to make it “the one to beat.”
Fresh and natural, Richardson reacts in interesting ways and isn’t afraid to show his emotions.
Often, “Broken Hearts Gallery” is guilty of too much. Its characters talk too much. Its cleverness is too twee. Its actors try too hard. But it's at its best when Viswanathan is left to her own devices.
One will happily take your mind off politics. The other is like going to a class reunion with folks you don’t really care to see.
It didn’t take “Antebellum” long to reach the DVD market. Premiering less than two months ago, it’s slated for shelves Tuesday, which means there could be something awry.