‘Little Nashville,’ a night of song and drink
OTTAWA — For one night a year, normally peaceful Ottawa transforms into a giant beer garden.
Review: Say yes to stunning, mysterious ‘Nope’
Why “Nope” for a movie title?
Review: ‘Crawdads’ bogged down by corny contrivance
In 2018, Delia Owens’ best-selling novel “Where the Crawdads Sing” was all the rage, in part due to a controversy involving its author. Owens, an ex-resident of Africa, is reportedly still wanted for questioning for the 1995 killing of an elephant poacher.
Review: ‘Black Phone’ rings terrifyingly true
“The Black Phone,” based on a disturbing short story, marks another frightening feather in the cap of director Scott Derrickson.
Review: ‘Minions: The Rise of Gru’ takes nonsensical trip to 1970s
When the aliens finally invade, they will find the vestiges of our Minions-based civilization and wonder just what the hell happened here. Having lived through it, I could not possibly begin to explain just how these hot dog-shaped, banana-hued, gibberish-speaking overlords came to infiltrate our culture at every level, storming onto screens big and small, emblazoned onto merchandise, looming large on inflatable statuary, haunting our nightmares.
Review: Butler did it — ‘Elvis’ revival grows as it goes
Let’s cut to the chase: The new biopic “Elvis” is worthwhile, foremost for Austin Butler’s genuine and charismatic portrayal of rock ‘n’ roll king Elvis Presley.
Review: ‘Pretty’ a passable, dreamy diversion
Set along the Massachusetts coast on fictional Cousins Beach, “The Summer I Turned Pretty” is an average coming-of-age story involving a young lady’s ups and downs.
Review: Jurassic pork? Locusts steal lengthy finale
Approximately three decades after Steven Spielberg’s eye-popping “Jurassic Park,” the franchise appears far from extinction.
Review: Cronenberg’s ‘Future’ now his gold standard
“Crimes of the Future” marks David Cronenberg’s latest body-horror movie and his first feature since 2014’s underwhelming “Maps to the Stars.”