Jesse Eisenberg’s Resistance pays unimaginative tribute to sentimentality.
His high art exposes Hollywood’s failed pathos.
A Rainy Day in New York deserves a U.S. release, though it’s a so-so effort.
The zombie can represent anything, or nothing—and that may be the source of its pop-culture durability.
Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David mixed together sweet and sour the way the Beatles did.
Mark Ruffalo weeps and accuses again.
In the recent Uncut Gems, we see egotism and self-centeredness; in1976’s Mikey and Nicky, connection and compassion.
Human difference, even to some extent human imperfection, would be a terrible thing to lose, and yet all technology is what you make of it.
Never Rarely Sometimes Always kowtows to Hollywood’s women’s-rights industry.
Hanks and wife Rita Wilson are currently in Australia, where Hanks was to begin production on a movie about the life of Elvis Presley.