I almost didn't bother clicking "Play" on this trailer. I mean, how many different versions of Kipling's The Jungle Book can I possibly care about? (counting this film...there have been no less than FIFTEEN different takes)

A New Magnum

When I was a boy in the early 1980s there were very few TV shows that I remember watching regularly. I know this is hard for a HUGE majority of the population to realize, but there was a time when you couldn't "DVR" an episode to watch later. You either saw it live, or had…

Destination Wedding

I hate even the thought of a destination wedding. To me, it's like the bride and groom saying, "We really don't want you to come."

Another Escape

We were talking the other day about Sylvester Stallone beginning production on Rambo 5. I love Rambo. I love Stallone. I can't buy Rambo striking fear in anyone at 71.


The last time I was THIS excited and intrigued by a new TV show's pilot and mysterious synopsis was about 14 years ago and a show that debuted on ABC in the fall with the most amazing first episode I've ever seen..."Lost"

AI Gone Wrong Again

I'm totally into this movie for a couple of reasons. First off, Katee Sackoff. Whether she is "Starbuck" on the re-booted version of "Battlestar Galactica," or "Vic" on "Longmire" she's the kind of performer whose intensity does not allow you to take your eyes off her when she's on screen.

Big Leaguer And Spy

This is one of those stories that I've sort of heard about over the years, but not enough to know if it was really true or not. I mean on the surface, it sounds a little far-fetched: a major league catcher was a WWII spy.

The Bulletproof Man Returns

One of the coolest things about the Marvel Cinematic Universe is what has been cooking at Neflix the past few years. "Daredevil," "Jessica Jones," "Iron Fist," "The Defenders," "The Punisher," and of course, "Luke Cage."