“The occasional psychopath may end up hugely successful; but – statistically speaking – many more end up in prison.”
Culture Sonar celebrates the life of Tom Hanks as the actor turns 60 this year.
Even the toughest men know it’s OK to cry.
Biopics can be hit or miss, but these two renditions? Right on target.
I frickin’ love this movie, so I decided I’m going to write about it.
A murder mystery brings together a private eye, a struggling actress, and a thief masquerading as an actor.
For his final assignment, a top temporal agent must pursue the one criminal that has eluded him throughout time. The chase turns into a unique, surprising and mind-bending exploration of love, fate, identity and time travel taboos.
Jim Jackson loved his stint at a video rental store and envisioned spending his later years working there too.
Maximus may never have existed, but Hollywood gives us a hero to believe in just the same.
Albert Brooks’s films are re-released. MadTV has been rebooted. Maria Branford has a new series. These are three reasons to be cheerful.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews an incredibly cool film.
Holden McNeely of CultureSonar looks at the most significant shifts of Tim Burton’s work.
Here are 7 reasons this hilarious film hits all the high notes.
Spoiler alert: all of my picks were released in the 80s and half of them star Kevin Costner.
Mark Grenier ranks Albert Brooks’ movies now hosted by Netflix in order of urgency – check them out here.