Reviews

Jurassic World: Dominion (PG-13) ★★

Hi Carl, and hello to all of our listeners out there. Tonight’s review is “Jurassic World: Dominion” it takes place four years after the previous movie, “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,” which opened in (2018).

Currently, … Read more

The Bad Guys (PG) ★★★ Hollywood 360 Radio Podcast

June 4 Cannes Winners, “Chip and Dale: Rescue Rangers,” “Bad Guys” Hi Carl, and hello to all of our listeners out there. Here are the winner’s of the 75th Cannes Film Festival that closed last … Read more

Chip and Dale: Rescue Rangers (PG) ★★★ Hollywood 360 Podcast

 Cannes Winners, “Chip and Dale: Rescue Rangers” June 4, 2022 Hollywood 360 Broadcast

Hi Carl, and hello to all of our listeners out there. Here are the winner’s of the 75th Cannes Film Festival that … Read more

Downton Abbey: A New Era (PG) H360 Radio Podcast

Who’s ready for palm trees in a “Downton Abbey” movie? The French countryside never looked more lovely than in director Simon Curtis’s sequel to “Downton Abbey.” Opening in theaters, the cast reunites to discover a … Read more

Top Gun: Maverick (PG-13) ★★★★ H360 Radio Podcast

The generated hype for the long-awaited “Top Gun: Maverick” began with a ‘Global Premiere Red Carpet Fan Experience’ at the USS Midway Museum on May 4 in San Diego, California. The 250-foot Red Carpet commenced … Read more

Interview with Doc10 Film Festival Founders Paula Froehle and Steve Cohen

 

Doc10 Film Festival Features Award-Worthy Lineup

Hey Chicago! Do you like documentaries? How about a film festival whose programmers have chosen the ‘best of the best’ for you? How about only 10 films? Yes, … Read more

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (PG-13) ★★½

Tonight’s review, “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” is rated PG-13 and stars Benedict Cumberbatch as Dr. Strange. It begins with Strange in the middle of a bad nightmare, filled with a myriad of … Read more

The Duke (R) ★★★★

“The Duke” is a dramatic comedy based on a true story that happened in 1961, in London, England. Kempton Bunton, a 60-year-old bus driver, stole Goya’s portrait painting of the Duke of Wellington from the … Read more

“The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent” (R) ★★★★

The well-known actor Nicolas Cage has become a Hollywood icon as he’s made his full-on gonzo-style acting technique his signature. I have to admit, at times, I found myself scratching my head while viewing another … Read more

Father Stu (R) ★★½

“Father Stu,” rated R is uncharacteristically rare for a film centered on religion—just know there are many swear words throughout the entire film. On that note, Mark Walberg stars as Stuart Long (Stu) based on … Read more

Everything, Everywhere, All at Once (R) ★★★1/2

“Everything, Everywhere, All at Once” is rated (R). It’s a science-fiction comedy movie starring Michelle Yeoh as Evelyn and Waymond, her husband, played by Ke Huy Quan—together, they operate a struggling laundry mat in America. … Read more

The Thing About Pam (TV14) ★★★

“The Thing About Pam” is a true American crime drama starring Renée Zellweger as Pam Hupp, a friend of murdered Betsy Faria (played by Katy Mixon in the series) in Troy, Missouri, 2011. Originally a … Read more

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Interviews

27th Critics Choice Awards posted to Roger Ebert.com

The Power of the Dog Wins Big at the Critics Choice Awards

Jubilation comes to mind when describing the atmosphere of the 27th Critics Choice Awards—win or lose, all were celebrating being together in person … Read more

4th Annual Celebration of Black Cinema and Television Awards

Oh What a Night Honoring Cinema and Television 

Upon walking into the lovely reception area in front of the gorgeous Los Angeles ballroom at the Fairmont Century Plaza Hotel, attendees munched, mingled, and sipped while … Read more

The Power of the Dog (R) ★★★ 1/2 H360 Podcast

“The Power of the Dog” rated R is director Jane Campion’s western based in Montana, and you won’t see a tail wagging dog in the film. What you will see are character studies of two … Read more

Highlights of the 2021 Film Fest 919 posted to RogerEbert.com

Highlights of the 2021 Film Fest 919 Include King Richard, Passing, and More

The Film Fest 919 takes place in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and offers wide-ranging, buzz-worthy films along with on-site talent, discussions, events, … Read more

Chris Bergoch Interview “Red Rocket” updated Review FF919

Screening “Red Rocket” in Cannes brings back delightful memories for me, as the audience was receptive and praised the film. It’s a gutsy film that doesn’t tread lightly on the topic of porn; we are … Read more

Oleg: The Oleg Vidov Story & Joan Borsten Vidov Interview FF 919

“Oleg: The Oleg Vidov Story” is a documentary based on Oleg Vidov’s life as a Russian actor (known as the Robert Redford of the USSR) who escaped at age 42 to America. The 95-minute documentary … Read more

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Film Festivals and Events

Interview with Doc10 Film Festival Founders Paula Froehle and Steve Cohen

 

Doc10 Film Festival Features Award-Worthy Lineup

Hey Chicago! Do you like documentaries? How about a film festival whose programmers have chosen the ‘best of the best’ for you? How about only 10 films? Yes, … Read more

27th Critics Choice Awards posted to Roger Ebert.com

The Power of the Dog Wins Big at the Critics Choice Awards

Jubilation comes to mind when describing the atmosphere of the 27th Critics Choice Awards—win or lose, all were celebrating being together in person … Read more

Sundance Film Festival 2022 Award Winners

The past years have been challenging for all amid the world Covid pandemic, especially with Film Festival’s which gather numerous crowds as the Seinfeld cast would say, “Pivot,” which did happen quickly with Sundance, as … Read more

Sundance Film Festival Top 10 of the 20 Viewed

Despite not physically being in Park City, Utah, and walking to movie theaters in freezing cold weather—reporting from outside Chicago surrounded by mounds of snow and sub-zero temperatures do veraciously set the atmosphere. See the … Read more

Best 20 Films of 2021

In a year of attending several film festivals, either virtually or in-person (Toronto International, Cannes, SXSW, Chapel Hill’s Film Fest 919), I can say that I continue to be impressed with the storytelling and the … Read more

4th Annual Celebration of Black Cinema and Television Awards

Oh What a Night Honoring Cinema and Television 

Upon walking into the lovely reception area in front of the gorgeous Los Angeles ballroom at the Fairmont Century Plaza Hotel, attendees munched, mingled, and sipped while … Read more

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Radio Podcasts

Jurassic World: Dominion (PG-13) ★★

Hi Carl, and hello to all of our listeners out there. Tonight’s review is “Jurassic World: Dominion” it takes place four years after the previous movie, “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,” which opened in (2018).

Currently, … Read more

The Bad Guys (PG) ★★★ Hollywood 360 Radio Podcast

June 4 Cannes Winners, “Chip and Dale: Rescue Rangers,” “Bad Guys” Hi Carl, and hello to all of our listeners out there. Here are the winner’s of the 75th Cannes Film Festival that closed last … Read more

Chip and Dale: Rescue Rangers (PG) ★★★ Hollywood 360 Podcast

 Cannes Winners, “Chip and Dale: Rescue Rangers” June 4, 2022 Hollywood 360 Broadcast

Hi Carl, and hello to all of our listeners out there. Here are the winner’s of the 75th Cannes Film Festival that … Read more

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