Introducing the all-new SCENES Media digital series, “Film Nosh,” where hosts Chris and Peek bring you a clever and fun review of some of the year’s best (and worst!) films. This week, they take a look at the Wes Anderson film, “Isle of Dogs.”
In a new interview with Megyn Kelly, Dennis Quaid, who will star in the first-ever major biopic on President Ronald Reagan, opens up about his thoughts on playing Reagan, his three divorces and overcoming an addiction to cocaine.
Author Virginia Schmidt revisits her April 2018 journey on the French route of the Camino de Santiago, as she reviews the film ‘The Way,’ directed by Emilio Estevez and starring his father, Martin Sheen.
Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio are bringing Erik Larson’s book ‘The Devil in the White City’ to the big screen. It’s about America’s first serial killer H.H. Holmes, who built a torture chambers hotel and preyed on young women attending the 1893 World’s Fair in Chicago.
‘Phantom Thread’ has played to such rave reviews that I am loathe to dissent, but I found the main characters so morally repellent that I could not enjoy myself despite the movie’s production qualities.
‘Darkest Hour’ is nominated for six Academy Awards and it is a masterpiece because had Churchill opened talks with Hitler, morale would have collapsed, Germany would have won the war, and this movie shows how close he came.
The ‘I, Tonya’ biopic of figure skating star Tonya Harding leaves truth of her involvement in attack on rival Nancy Kerrigan in doubt. Allison Janney plays Tonya’s mother, she is superb and nominated for an Oscar.
With a provocative story, a skilled cast, and the beautiful interiors and streetscapes of New York City, the film sounds like it’s worth a summer’s afternoon spent in air conditioning — so long as you don’t think too hard about it.
The story follows the Caldwell brothers as they attempt to fulfill their mother’s dying wish that they seek out and reconcile with their estranged, abusive father. On the way, they fall into his old bad habits themselves.