Melissa McCarthy

TIFF 2021 Interview: Writer Matt Harris Talks Blending the Salty with the Sweet in ‘The Starling’

After Lilly suffers a loss, a combative Starling takes nest beside her quiet home. The fiesty bird taunts and attacks the grief-stricken Lilly. On her journey to expel the Starling, she rediscovers he...

‘Superintelligence’ Review: Neither Super Nor Intelligent

When an all-powerful Superintelligence chooses to study average Carol Peters, the fate of the world hangs in the balance. As the A.I. decides to enslave, save or destroy humanity, it's up to Carol to ...

3 Bad

Andrea Berloff on the Hollywood experiment, casting unlikely heroes, and the music of The Kitchen

Scott Menzel chats with Andrea Berloff, the writer and director of The Kitchen, which opens in theaters this weekend.

Review: ‘The Kitchen’ Is Overstaffed

Aaron Neuwirth reviews The Kitchen, a crime drama based on a graphic novel, where three mob wives take over the Irish mob in 1978 Hell's Kitchen.

4 Poor

SDFF Review: McCarthy Steals The Show In ‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’

The 2018 San Diego International Film Festival opened with Can You Ever Forgive Me? This early 90s-set biopic features Melissa McCarthy as a misanthropic writer struggling to make ends meet, resorting...

8 Great

Review: The Happytime Murders is D.O.A.

Scott Menzel reviews The Happytime Murders

Ben Falcone on Life of the Party, how he pitches films, and working with a huge female cast.

Scott Menzel interviews Ben Falcone for his new film, Life of the Party.

Review: Life of the Party is Ben Falcone’s Funniest and Best Film to Date.

Scott Menzel reviews Life of the Party, the newest film from director Ben Falcone starring Melissa McCarthy.

8 Great

Gillian Jacobs on Life of the Party, working with Melissa McCarthy and playing Mickey on LOVE

Gillian Jacobs talks Life of the Party.

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