The World War II-era romantic comedy “Their Finest” and the truly weird sci-fi comedy “Colossal” hit local theaters Friday.
Those annoying ads aren’t going away any time soon. But Hulu does offer a commercial-free way to watch your favorite shows.
Cyberterrorism. An electromagnetic pulse weapon. Nuclear launch codes. A Russian submarine. And one very orange Lamborghini skidding across a frozen Barents Sea.
In addition to the new “MST3K,” the Las Vegas Academy graduate has two other shows on the air: the documentary “Fatherless” on Fusion and the third season of the Netflix comedy “Grace and Frankie.”
‘Should I bother watching ‘Better Call Saul’?” a friend asked. “I mean, it’s not as good as ‘Breaking Bad,’ right?” Well, yes and no.
Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman and Alan Arkin are clearly slumming it in this limp, joyless, “old people do the craziest things” comedy.
It’s little wonder that so many people are drawn to virtual reality considering the way actual reality has been trending.
‘So they’re bringing back ‘Prison Break,’ too?” my dad asked. “Is it with a new cast?” Nope.
Nothing during the four days of CinemaCon — not the virtual reality displays, not the high-end recliners, not even the Cheetos popcorn, which is an actual thing — illustrated the changing face of the movie business quite like the luncheon hosted by Amazon Studios.
When it comes to recommending movies to get you in the mood for baseball season, which opens Sunday, any hack can offer up the Kevin Costner trifecta (“Bull Durham,” “Field of Dreams” and “For the Love of the Game”).