You know that one pair of jeans you just can’t bear the thought of tossing?
Some lesser-known flicks to help ease your hockey withdrawals.
“Dietland” is wildly creative and would have fit in nicely on any number of cable channels or streaming services.
The lost-at-sea survival tale “Adrift” is based on a true story, but it plays out like mediocre “Life of Pi” fan fiction that started with the premise “What if Pi were a young woman wearing short shorts and bikinis and the tiger in the boat was an older, hunky Brit?”
Mike Plante’s most impressive title, by far, is senior programmer for the Sundance Film Festival. But that lacks the panache of his new position with the Las Vegas Film Festival.
Maybe — just maybe — there’s such a thing as too much “Star Wars.”
Adaptations are all the rage this summer with new TV series based on novels by Stephen King, J.K. Rowling, Tom Clancy and Gillian Flynn, as well as a Marvel comic book, the movie “Heathers” and the life of Kyle Richards of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.”
Sorting out the annual dog and pony show known as the upfronts.
For those of you still reeling from “Avengers: Infinity War,” Deadpool is back to offer some catharsis.