Powers can be a burden, a blessing, and a curse. For example, some people have “the shine.” A power that allows him to not only read minds of the people … Continue reading ‘Doctor Sleep’ is a disappointing sequel that isn’t that scary
In the world of “Zombieland,” there are rules. Things like “limbering up” or “enjoy the little things” are simplistic yet important when it comes to surviving a Zombie apocalypse. “Double … Continue reading ‘Zombieland: Double Tap’ limbers up properly, retaining the magic of the original
All of you. Let’s get the most important thing out of the way before I divulge into high-paid athletes, overpaid movie stars, and endlessly tedious things on this Thanksgiving list. … Continue reading What I’m thankful for
Ego can be a powerful thing when it comes to two countries waging war on each other. It can be seen in a number of varieties. There’s the more serious … Continue reading The dream team of Damon and Bale help carry ‘Ford v Ferrari’ well past finish line
“What if” is always a fun game to play at the movies, especially when the conundrum is tied to a vital piece of authentic human history. Quentin Tarantino did this … Continue reading Taika Waititi injects heart and laughs into World War II satire, ‘Jojo Rabbit’
Frank O. Pinion and me rarely agree. It’s not as rare as a rainbow hitting the sky, but it’s quite infrequent. The differences can make for good film discussion, and … Continue reading The Frank O. Pinion Radio Movie Dose: When will we find out about Fred Rogers’ sons?
Sometimes, a radio conversation can start one way and end another. Last week on The Large Morning Show in the Afternoon, I joined the fellas to review a few different … Continue reading The Frank O. Pinion Radio Movie Dose: Is Tom Hanks really the greatest actor of all time?
Some things just don’t get old. A good BLT sandwich. A hot cup of coffee on a cold morning. A double cheeseburger and a giving lager on a summer afternoon. … Continue reading Old fashioned ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ features some of the year’s best action sequences
Once a director, always a director. One of the misconceptions about directors is that they can actually turn off that light in their head that makes them want to arrange, … Continue reading ‘Pain and Glory’ features Antonio Banderas at his best
Julia Roberts couldn’t have saved this project (LOL)
Chasing your dreams can be a costly and stressful journey. Everything in your being is telling you to stop and retreat back to a machine-like existence, but you push on … Continue reading Netflix’s ‘Dolemite Is My Name’ returns Eddie Murphy to greatness
Some films aim to please and others aspire to be something more while retaining the idea of entertainment. Deon Taylor’s new film, “Black and Blue,” aspired to be something more … Continue reading ‘Black and Blue’ aims for ambition, but devolves into a simplistic cop thriller