Up, up, and away with new releases, including Supergirl.
Troilus and Cressida knocks one out of the park.
It’s the perfect time of the year to enjoy The Lobster.
Summer’s stock Off Broadway.
Err, the Tony Awards, this Sunday.
The NY theatre season ends; the awards shows continue with the Drama Desks.
Serving up good entertainment.
The time of year when Elvis & Nixon meet.
A love letter to She Loves Me, and much more on and Off Broadway.
On Star Wars, Katniss, and Chuck Norris.
Pee-wee’s back and Netflix’s got him.
Buried Child, and Forest Whitaker as Hughie.
Breaking news on nominated films and performers on home video.
In it to win it, this year’s edition.
All’s fair in love and ice.
007, and five more Blu-rays reviewed.
Ryan Reynolds, smartass superhero.
Change and “Tradition” in three Broadway revivals.
Return to Memphis, Kansas City, and the Cold War, Spielberg-style.
Last call for Al on Broadway.
Straight onto Blu-ray for Compton and other hits.
Ip Man in theaters, warrior women from Asia on Blu-ray.
On the road to Academy Award gold.
Start 2016 with assassins, cannibals, and ghosts.
The theatrical David Bowie.
Out with the old, in with the new.
A woman, a mop, and destiny.
Money. It’s a crime.
Quentin Tarantino’s got your number this Christmas.