Netflix's admirable efforts to keep people inside, healthy and social distanced with an avalanche of movies and television continues on with the Big Red Streaming Monolith's newly announced list of arrivals for June.
Send Hollywood a positive message with your money - and, while you're at it, watch some really terrific films - by celebrating Black History Month at the movies with the Oriental Theatre
The Academy Awards have all been dished out. But who really won? Who really lost? And who really feels bad that Bradley Cooper's girlfriend had to watch that performance of "Shallow"? Let's talk the good, the bad and the "Green Book" from last night's Oscars.
Milwaukee Film will celebrate Black History Month with several screenings and special events at the Oriental Theatre throughout February, from a vintage Spike Lee film to a Vel Phillips doc and Valentine's Day shorts.
Recently I was introduced to HBO's "Vinyl," set amid the world of the 1970s rock and roll business in New York. While I wasn't in the music business, I was an NYC rock fan in the '70s and lately a number of reissues of records from 1979 have transported me back.
If you've been on Earth for less than 37 years, you don't know a time when "Wheel of Fortune" hasn't been on the air. And if you ponder that for a moment, it has to be surprising that it took that long for a vernacular error to cause a stir among the show's fan base.
Jim Jarmusch's "Stranger Than Paradise" -- along with Spike Lee's "She's Gotta Have It" -- was one of THE landmark independent movies of the 1980s, announcing that its director was, without a doubt, a filmmaker to watch.
The fact that the "Inside Man" is a fabulously entertaining thrill ride is hardly as surprising as the film's head-spinning conclusion. After all, this bank-robbery-that's-much-more-than-it-seems tale is brought to the screen by a Dream Team cast and crew.