Judy Greer

Rachel Lee Goldenberg talks about creating her own 80s musical love letter with Valley Girl

Set to a new wave '80s soundtrack, a pair of young lovers from different backgrounds defy their parents and friends to stay together. A musical adaptation of the 1983 film.

Review: John Cena And Crew Spark A Few Chuckles In ‘Playing With Fire’

Aaron Neuwirth reviews Playing with Fire, a family comedy featuring John Cena as a stern smokejumper dealing with a group of kids.

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Halloween (2018) - Movie Review

Review: ‘Halloween’ Shapes New Life into Slasher Franchise with Old-School Mayhem

Matt Marshall reviews the latest chapter of 'Halloween,' starring Jamie Lee Curtis and set 40 years after the original terror.

8 Great

Review: ‘Halloween’ And Another Return Of Michael Myers Provides Familiar Slasher Fun

John Carpenter’s 1978 horror classic, Halloween, sits on a pedestal with only so many others of its kind. While it’s easy to lump the franchise with others like it, I have always admired the way it ne...

7 Good

Halloween Movie Review: H40

Franchise Fred was a big fan of Halloween H20, so the one misgiving I had about a new Halloween was that it would ignore my favorite along with the mediocre or worse sequels. But this approach to Hall...

TIFF 2018 Review: Halloween

Guest Critic Robert Barlow reviews Halloween 2018 after seeing the film at the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival. Halloween is the highly anticipated new film from director David Gordon Green.

9 Amazing

TCA: Jim Carrey on Kidding

Showtime presented a panel on their new series Kidding for the Television Critics Association. Jim Carrey returns to television in the role of Jeff Pickles, host of Mr. Pickles’ Puppet Time who entert...

Review: ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ Tread Slight Ground

I enjoy what Marvel Studios has done with these Ant-Man films. Much like its predecessor, minus the behind-the-scenes drama, Ant-Man and the Wasp arrives a couple of months after another Avengers epic...

7 Good

Review: Eastwood Goes For Experimental Heroism With ‘The 15:17 To Paris’

I like finding the good in a noble experiment. Even if I don’t agree with a lot of what director/producer Clint Eastwood has to say these days, I do like that he puts his filmmaker foot forward first ...

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