Spielberg’s adaptation of the nerd-ful novel never makes it past level one.
A very pretty, sometimes funny, sometimes adorable, sometimes boring Wes Anderson doghouse. Dollhouse, that is. But with dogs. Lots of dogs.
There is wisdom in that old adage, let sleeping bombs lie. Alas, I keep on ignoring it.
A twisty time travel series proves to be smarter than you hoped.
A visual and audio head-trip of a movie you will either fall in love with or fall asleep to.
In which I find a Paul Thomas Anderson movie I rather like.
A list for thems what like lists.
In which an imaginary frog is invoked to make a small amount of sense from a sadly senseless movie.
A brain-tired movie-muser wonders what to write. Probably something about movies?
The latest Doctor Who series is, to my relief, not entirely bad! Hooray!
A pleasant half-hour of light gags interspersed with 100 minutes of grueling, plotless CGI boredom does not a movie make.
Tom Waits made a bizarre, unique concert film people didn’t understand when it opened? And it’s actually wonderful? How very surprising.
If it’s a pre-apocalyptic future wasteland you want to luxuriate in, Blade Runner 2049 is the movie for you.
Harry Dean Stanton is Lucky.