With Emily Blunt, Mary Poppins indeed “Returns”

Unlike Julie Andrews, whose career blasted into orbit from virtual unknown to Academy Award-winner with 1964’s Mary Poppins, this winter’s sequel, Mary Poppins Returns could not have been helmed by a nobody. Continue reading “With Emily Blunt, Mary Poppins indeed “Returns””

This “Ralph” is even funnier than the first

Vanellope, the firecracker gear head of the Wreck It Ralph franchise, is the only animated character Sarah Silverman lends her voice to on the big screen. That’s a big deal. Continue reading “This “Ralph” is even funnier than the first”

Greendale’s history is complicated for a half-witch

Whether or not one influenced the other, I don’t know, but it is awfully Hunger Gamesian of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina to have a Feast of Feasts Continue reading “Greendale’s history is complicated for a half-witch”

At its best, “Bohemian Rhapsody” celebrates the music

One could say this Queen movie could’ve been made in the time it takes any other to be, had the Freddie Mercury movie not taken eight years. Bohemian Rhapsody is both things. Continue reading “At its best, “Bohemian Rhapsody” celebrates the music”