FORCE OF NATURE: THE DRY 2 movie poster | ©2024 IFC Films

Rating: R Stars: Eric Bana, Anna Torv, Deborra-Lee Furness, Robin McLeavy, Sisi Stringer, Lucy Ansell, Jacqueline McKenzie, Jeremy Lindsay Taylor, Richard Roxburgh, Tony Briggs, Kenneth Radley, Archie Thomson, Ash Ricardo, Ingrid Torelli, Matilda Pawsey Writer: Robert Connolly, based on the novel FORCE OF NATURE by Jane Harper Director: Robert Connolly Distributor: IFC Films Release Date: May 10, 2024 (theatrical and Prime Video) Like 2022’s THE DRY, the new film FORCE OF NATURE: THE DRY 2 stars Eric Bana as Australian Federal Police Detective Aaron Falk. Both movies are directed and scripted by Robert Connolly, based on novels by Jane Harper. […]Read On »


YOUNG SHELDON: Actor Iain Armitage on the final season of the hit CBS comedy series – Interview

YOUNG SHELDON - Season 7 Key Art | ©2024 CBS / Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

CBS’s half-hour comedy YOUNG SHELDON, the prequel spinoff of CBS’s gargantuan fourteen-season hit half-hour comedy THE BIG BANG THEORY, will wrap up its seven-season run with double episodes on Thursday, May 9, and Thursday, May 16, available thereafter on Paramount+. YOUNG SHELDON has followed the boyhood and teen adventures of genius Sheldon Cooper, played on this series by Iain Armitage. Sheldon was played on THE BIG BANG THEORY by Jim Parsons, who narrates YOUNG SHELDON, is one of the show’s executive producers, and is slated to guest as the adult Sheldon on the series finale. Fans of the franchise may […]Read On »


SPACE: THE LONGEST GOODBYE: Filmmaker Ido Mizrahy, astronaut Cady Coleman, subject Jamey Simpson on new documentary – Exclusive Interview


SPACE: THE LONGEST GOODBYE premieres on PBS’s INDEPENDENT LENS on Monday, May 6, and is now available to stream on the PBS app and on PBS’s YouTube channel. Directed by Ido Mizrahy, the documentary examines the effects of long space missions on both the astronauts and the families they leave at home. Mizrahy’s previous projects include the narrative feature THINGS THAT HANG FROM TREES and the documentary GORED. During PBS’s portion of the Winter 2024 Television Critics Association (TCA) press tour in Pasadena, SPACE: THE LONGEST GOODBYE director Mizrahi, chemist and former NASA astronaut Catherine Grace “Cady” Coleman, who was […]Read On »


Movie Review: THE FALL GUY

THE FALL GUY movie poster | ©2024 Universal Pictures

Rating: PG-13 Stars: Ryan Gosling, Emily Blunt, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Hannah Waddingham, Teresa Palmer, Stephanie Hsu, Winston Duke, Ben Knight Writer: Drew Pearce, based on the TV series created by Glen A. Larson Director: David Leitch Distributor: Universal Pictures Release Date: May 3, 2024 THE FALL GUY director David Leitch has been helming action movies for a while now. But before he was a director, he was a stuntman and a stunt coordinator. It’s clearly Leitch’s great pleasure in THE FALL GUY to show us how that side of filmmaking operates. In fact, despite its thriller trappings, THE FALL GUY is […]Read On »



SOMETHING IN THE WATER movie poster | ©2024 StudioCanal/Samuel Goldwyn Films

Rating: R Stars: Hiftu Quasem, Lauren Lyle, Natalie Mitson, Nicole Rieko Setsuko, Ellouise Shakespeare-Hart, Gabriel Prevost-Takahashi Writer: Cat Clark Director: Hayley Easton Street Distributor: StudioCanal/Samuel Goldwyn Films Release Date: May 3, 2024 SOMETHING IN THE WATER brings together two genres that aren’t normally mashed together like peanut butter and chocolate. One is the pre-wedding interactions of a bride-to-be and her besties prior to the big day. The other is the big threat of the open ocean, including sharks. We begin with British couple Meg (Hiftu Quasem) and Kayla (Natalie Mitson), who are happy together until they are assaulted in a […]Read On »


Movie Review: I SAW THE TV GLOW

I SAW THE TV GLOW movie poster | ©2024 A24

Rating: PG-13 Stars: Justice Smith, Brigette Lundy-Paine, Ian Foreman, Helena Howard, Lindsey Jordan, Danielle Deadwyler, Fred Durst Writer: Jane Schoenbrun Director: Jane Schoenbrun Distributor: A24 Release Date: May 3, 2024 I SAW THE TV GLOW is dreamy and quasi-surreal. It opens with a shot of a dark street, where half the asphalt is covered in blue, pink and purple blacklight markings, and half is just black. The symbolism sets the stage for what is to come. Writer/director Jane Schoenbrun’s stated topics here include identity and television fandom – not “let’s go to Comic-Con and celebrate our favorite shows, plural” fandom, […]Read On »



THE THREE MUSKETEERS: PART II: MILADY movie poster | ©2024 Samuel Goldwyn Films/Pathé

Rating: Not Rated Stars: François Civil, Vincent Cassel, Romain Duris, Pio Marmaï, Eva Green, Louis Garrel, Vicky Krieps, Lyna Khoudri, Jacob Fortune-Lloyd, Eric Ruf, Marc Barbé, Patrick Mille, Julien Frison, Camille Rutherford Writers: Matthieu Delaporte and Alexandre de La Patellière, based on the novel by Alexandre Dumas Director: Martin Bourboulon Distributor: Samuel Goldwyn Films/Pathé Release Date: April 19, 2024 Essentially picking up from the “to be continued” cliffhanger ending of 2023’s THE THREE MUSKETEERS – PART I: D’ARTAGNAN, THE THREE MUSKETEERS – PART II: MILADY starts with a title telling us the year is 1627. We get an onscreen written […]Read On »



BOY KILLS WORLD movie poster | ©2024 Lionsgate

Rating: R Stars: Bill Skarsgård, Jessica Rothe, Famke Janssen, Michelle Dockery, Andrew Koji, Brett Gelman, Isaiah Mustafa, Yayan Ruhian, Sharlto Copley, Quinn Copeland, H. Jon Benjamin (voice) Writers: Tyler Burton Smith and Arend Remmers, story by Arend Remmers & Moritz Mohr Director: Moritz Mohr Distributor: Lionsgate/Roadside Attractions Release Date: April 26, 2024  To paraphrase an old saying, killing is easy, comedy is hard. BOY KILLS WORLD brings this to mind. As an action/revenge movie, it is structured well by screenwriters Tyler Burton Smith and Arend Remmers, working from a story by Remmers and director Moritz Mohr. It has some impressive […]Read On »


Movie Review: BREATHE

BREATHE movie poster | ©2024 Capstone Pictures/Warner Bros.

Rating: PG-13 Stars: Jennifer Hudson, Milla Jovovich, Quvenzhané Wallis, Sam Worthington, Common, Raúl Castillo Writer: Doug Simon Director: Stefon Bristol Distributor: Warner Bros./Capstone Pictures Release Date: April 26, 2024 (theatrical/digital) In BREATHE, it’s the year 2039 and, per onscreen titles the world has run out of oxygen, all plant life has died, and the planet is generally uninhabitable. In Brooklyn, New York, botanist Maya (Jennifer Hudson), her engineer/survivalist husband Darius (Common), and their fifteen-year-old daughter Zora (Quvenzhané Wallis), who is learning from both of them survive in an apartment. Thanks to Darius’s forethought (his survivalist side) and ingenuity (his engineering […]Read On »


BOB HEARTS ABISHOLA: Executive producer Matt Ross gives the scoop on the fifth and final season – Exclusive Interview

BOB HEARTS ABISHOLA - Season 5 Key Art | ©2024 CBS

BOB HEARTS ABISHOLA is now in its fifth and final season on CBS Monday nights, with episodes thereafter available on Paramount+ and older seasons available on Max. The half-hour comedy charts the unlikely romance of American socks company owner Bob (Billy Gardell) and hospital nurse Abishola (Fọláké Olówófôyekù), a Nigerian immigrant. The series was created by Eddie Gorodetsky, Alan J. Higgins, Chuck Lorre, and Gina Yashere, an Englishwoman of Nigerian heritage, who also costars on BOB HEARTS ABISHOLA as Abishola’s best friend Kemi. When Warner Bros. Television hosts a BOB HEARTS ABISHOLA set visit for the Winter 2024 Television Critics […]Read On »

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