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I like Ben Stiller. He really seems to have a grip on his acting choices these days, and “Brad’s Status” is a prime example. It’s a small film he was […]

Hollywood@Home: Brad’s Status

I like Ben Stiller. He really seems to have a grip on his acting choices these days, and “Brad’s Status” is a prime example. It’s a small film he was […]

Great casting makes a great comedy, and some brilliant strokes are served with the sports dramedy, “Battle of the Sexes.” The legendary tennis match between Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell) and […]

Hollywood@Home: Battle of the Sexes

Great casting makes a great comedy, and some brilliant strokes are served with the sports dramedy, “Battle of the Sexes.” The legendary tennis match between Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell) and […]

Less political, but just as unintelligent as the film that went before. “Kingsman-The Golden Circle” is the second in the spy spoof series about an elite privately backed group of […]

Hollywood@Home: Kingsman-The Golden Circle

Less political, but just as unintelligent as the film that went before. “Kingsman-The Golden Circle” is the second in the spy spoof series about an elite privately backed group of […]

Plenty of pretty pictures, but little else for fans of the western genre in “The Stolen.” Alice Eve stars as an English immigrant, making a new life for herself in […]

Hollywood@Home: The Stolen

Plenty of pretty pictures, but little else for fans of the western genre in “The Stolen.” Alice Eve stars as an English immigrant, making a new life for herself in […]

Tom Cruise is no lightweight in the acting department. He uses his box office power to show off his thespian chops every once in a while, and “American Made” is […]

Hollywood@Home: American Made

Tom Cruise is no lightweight in the acting department. He uses his box office power to show off his thespian chops every once in a while, and “American Made” is […]

If you’re going to make a film about a family of cannibals living in suburbia, feasting on unlucky passers-by, then, of course, it’s got to be a comedy. But to […]

Hollywood@Home: No Solicitors

If you’re going to make a film about a family of cannibals living in suburbia, feasting on unlucky passers-by, then, of course, it’s got to be a comedy. But to […]

It’s love, kisses and survival in the mountains of northeastern Utah. A photojournalist and a brain surgeon survive the crash of a small plane in the High Uintas Wilderness and […]

Hollywood@Home: The Mountain Between Us

It’s love, kisses and survival in the mountains of northeastern Utah. A photojournalist and a brain surgeon survive the crash of a small plane in the High Uintas Wilderness and […]

It’s been suggested that “Victoria & Abdul” takes great liberties with the real-life story of Queen Victoria (Judi Dench) and her Muslim companion and teacher, Abdul Karim (Ali Fazal). Karim […]

Hollywood@Home: Victoria & Abdul

It’s been suggested that “Victoria & Abdul” takes great liberties with the real-life story of Queen Victoria (Judi Dench) and her Muslim companion and teacher, Abdul Karim (Ali Fazal). Karim […]

“First They Killed My Father” offers a powerful, personal story of how one Cambodian family was impacted by the bloody reign of the Khmer Rouge. When I say it’s a […]

Hollywood@Home: First They Killed My Father

“First They Killed My Father” offers a powerful, personal story of how one Cambodian family was impacted by the bloody reign of the Khmer Rouge. When I say it’s a […]

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