Man figured out how to get rid of dinosaurs.
For those who didn’t get the chance to see “Pam & Tommy” when it premiered on Hulu, now’s the time. Coming next week to the DVD market, it’ll give you a chance to see the eye-popping nudity and the untamed world of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee.
Movie critic Bruce Miller says mom and grandma will absolutely love “Mrs. Harris Goes To Paris” and the people who swirl around Mrs. Harris.
If there’s a takeaway from “Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” it’s that anything goes in the meant-for-spoilers Marvel universe.
Even Steven Spielberg would have to admit, “Nope” is one of the best close encounters we’ve had with aliens. Peele’s suggestions make sense. Best of all, they entertain thoroughly.
Just as clever – and surprising – the former “The Office” star and writer makes “Vengeance”, which also features Issa Rae and Ashton Kutcher, one of the most intriguing new films of the year.
Just when you thought you’d seen enough of Brad Pitt’s next film, “Bullet Train,” his last one slips into the DVD market.
There is so much action in “The Gray Man” you wonder if, maybe, a screenwriter or two got trampled early on.
Movie critic Bruce Miller says “Where The Crawdads Sing” leaves the audience with way too many questions and the ambitious action film “The Gr…
On the latest episode of "Streamed & Screened", ft. the Journal's Jared McNett and Bruce Miller: Our fave films of the year so far, a nice chat about Where the Crawdads Sing, Nope could be Jordan Peele's best yet, Netflix sets its sights on an action blockbuster and Ethan Hawke pays tribute to Hollywood legends.
After “50 Shades of Grey,” it’s nice to know there’s a better world awaiting Dakota Johnson. She’s a good actress who has more range than her star-making role let on but, maybe, “Persuasion” wasn’t the best place to display it.
As often as Iron Man dished up a snarky one-liner in Avengers films, he was never the comedian Thor has become. In the latest, “Thor: Love and Thunder,” he’s practically Chevy Chase, serving up visual gags worthy of “Vacation.”
If you happened to miss “Montana Story” when it was released in theaters last month, you might want to see it now, as it hits the home market.
The ships in “The Sea Beast” are so detailed it’s quite likely they could sail if they weren’t animated.
You won’t see a more elaborate animated film this year than “The Sea Beast.”
Movie critic Bruce Miller says there’s a little too much Gru for anyone’s good in “The Minions: The Rise of Gru.” The minions? They’re around,…
Henry Thomas didn’t have a problem acting alone in the new film, "Crawlspace." "Early on in my career, I had a big foray into that with a little movie called 'E.T.,'" he says with a smile.
What’s the trick to making an engaging animated film? Oscar winner Chris Williams talks with Bruce Miller about his new venture, “The Sea Beast.”
We’re coming up to the midway point in the movie-going year. What’s on your best list, thus far?
Forty years ago, "E.T., the Extra-Terrestrial" premiered in theaters. Here's our review from that year.