Lights, camera, popcorn: my interaction with the moving picture artform.
Jan. 19, 2017Allegiance, the Broadway musical about Japanese interment during World War II, is going to be back on the big screen this month.
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Jul. 14, 2015I will hopefully get back to a regular blogging schedule soon. Until then, here's an update on the event that blows up my Twitter feed every year: Comic Con.
Feb. 23, 2015Last night was the best Oscars performance in a long time. It started fun, had a few hitches here and there, but delivered with great presenters and speeches
Feb. 21, 2015The ruthless season of movie awards ends with tomorrow's Oscars telecast, but the award season's just getting started for lovers of speculative fiction.
Jan. 27, 2015After viewing it with my family over Christmas, I think I can see why this movie garnered such high praise: of all the Marvel movies to date outside The Avengers, it plays the most like an actual living comic book.
Jan. 24, 2015There are plenty of rumors that Disney's looking to nab the Trek franchise star to relaunch Indy. Here's who I'd put in an Indiana Jones reboot.
Jan. 17, 2015Once I read who was nominated I immediately wanted to know how many of them I might be able to catch online before the big date.
Jan. 13, 2015As I told a friend recently, there were several pleasant surprises, and just a few disappointments. It's probably the best wide release film version of the show we're going to get.
Jan. 03, 2015Perhaps most importantly, this movie proved that steampunk can be more than an aesthetic, instead using the genre's trappings to tell a character-centered story of hope and wonder.
Dec. 30, 2014Despite the obvious care and talent employed in the production, this "prequel" set of movies failed to justify its length or breadth. The final chapter (in theatres now) feels ever so much like a gratuitous victory lap.