One final round for Bruce Wayne and Batman.
Tag Archives: Bob Cashill
A singer-songwriter’s nine musical journeys through nine touchstone films.
Recalling the rapids with a star of Deliverance.
Good times, end times for Steve Carell and Keira Knightley.
But the sequel to The Phantom of the Opera sure did.
Ridley Scott returns to Alien. Well, sort of, that is.
A long time ago in suburban New Jersey…
F. Scott Fitzgerald gets the Bazness
Bond. James Bond. Plus: Blu-ray Box Set Bond
1982, when E.T. phoned home (and Spock, Spicoli, Garp, and The Thing all placed calls).
Criterion refloats the 1958 Titanic classic.
Joss Whedon has his hand in a monster mash.
Morgan Spurlock attends the super-sized convention.
Taking aim at the No. 1 phenomenon.
If it’s action you want, it’s action you get.
Israel’s Oscar nominee is no also-ran.
Robert De Niro gets a reprieve from movie jail. Temporarily.
Hang on for my picks for last year’s best movies. Before, you know, the other thing tonight.
The popular shorts program opens The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore and all the rest this year.
“Found footage” horror finds its way to TV.
Extremely loud and incredibly close analysis.
Meryl Streep rules Britannia.
Bob Cashill ponders a few matters on his way to a Top Ten list.
Blast off into the holidays with The Rocketeer and other recent releases.
“TCM Remembers,” and a few personal thoughts on the year’s departed.
Martin Scorsese says it’s time for a family film.
Get Something Wild, and much, much more, as Criterion’s biannual Barnes & Noble sale ends today.
There was more to the comic than meets the eyes.
Al, don’t hang up. We need to talk about these movies of yours.