Comedy Drama

Review: ‘Bombshell’ Is All Makeup And No Bite

Aaron Neuwirth reviews Bombshell, a misguided effort from director Jay Roach and 'The Big Short' screenwriter Charles Randolph to tackle a major scandal.

4 Poor

Review: ‘Blinded By The Light’ Has A Real Human Touch

Aaron Neuwirth reviews Blinded by the Life, a crowd-pleasing film about the life of a young man impacted by the music of Bruce Springsteen.

8 Great

Review: Tarantino Delivers Sweet ‘Hollywood’ Tribute The Only Way He Knows How

Aaron Neuwirth reviews Once Upon A Time... In Hollywood, the 9th film from Quentin Tarantino, and an ode to the Golden Age of Tinseltown.

10 Perfect

Review: Great Strength Lies In Approach To Skewed Truth In ‘The Farewell’

Aaron Neuwirth reviews The Farewell, a very well-made family comedy-drama showing the lengths some families choose to go at times.

9 Amazing

Franchise Fred Interview: Xolo Mariduena on Cobra Kai Season 2

When Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) reopened Cobra Kai, the world of The Karate Kid got a lot bigger. Johnny taught a new generation of high schoolers, but he was closest with Miguel (Xolo Mariduena)...

Franchise Fred Interview: William Zabka on Cobra Kai Season 2

The long awaited second season of Cobra Kai is finally here and William Zabka really gets to shine in it. Season one gave us more Johnny Lawrence than a movie ever could by making him a main character...

Franchise Fred Interview: Martin Kove on Cobra Kai and John Kreese

Cobra Kai sure knows how to keep us in suspense. They ended the first season with the return of the series’ most formidable villain, John Kreese (Martin Kove). It was even more unexpected since Kreese...

Franchise Fred Interview: Jacob Bertrand, Cobra Kai’s Hawk

Franchise Fred isn’t the only one who approves Cobra Kai. It became YouTube’s biggest hit and both ‘80s kids and new fans have loved revisiting Daniel LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence today. We’ve also lov...

The Paper 25th Anniversary: Stop The Presses (Because This Is Online Anyway)

Sources say The Paper came out 25 years ago today. It didn’t make it to Maryland for another week but The Paper was a special movie to me long before I became a journalist. I had recently gotten my dr...

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