film critic and co-host of the podcast What the Flick?! and Breakfast all Day
Film critic and co-host of What The Flick?!
We review “Dolittle,” the latest adaptation of Hugh Lofting’s fairy tale, starring Robert Downey Jr.; “Bad Boys for Life,” with Will Smith and Martin Lawrence returning for the third…
Jan. 17from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Our critics review “Uncut Gems,” starring Adam Sandler as a jewelry store owner and a compulsive gambler; “A Hidden Life,” a historical film by Terrence Malick about an Austrian farmer…
Dec. 13from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Our critics review “Doctor Sleep,” based on Stephen King’s bestselling novel of the same name and is a sequel to “The Shining;” “Honey Boy,” written by Shia LaBeouf about his own life…
Nov. 8from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
If you’re suddenly out of work due to a suspended production, closed office, or canceled Hollywood event, KCRW’s The Business would like to hear from you.
Mar. 18from The Business
Kelly Reichardt has endeared herself to fans of independent film with a string of heartfelt features shot on a modest scale.
Mar. 6from Film Reviews
Autumn de Wilde has more than 20 years of experience photographing rock bands and directing commercials, but she’d never made a feature film.
Mar. 6from The Business
Twelve jurors found Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein guilty on two counts: criminal sexual assault in the first degree and rape in the third degree.
Feb. 24from The Business
With a lot of people now stuck at home, TV viewing across the country continues to spike. Viewers may be eager for new content.
Mar. 27from Hollywood Breakdown
"Frankenstein" is a major work and a major leap for Four Larks: it’s a dark and visually stunning play but it's also a concert, opera, musical and a dance piece all in one.
Mar. 2from Opening the Curtain
When the documentary/performance piece they institute caught the attention of Jason Segel, he decided to turn it into a shape shifting drama series about the need for community.
Mar. 18from The Treatment
Over the past week, the TV industry moved quickly to first get rid of live audiences at late night tapings and game shows. Now those productions have been shut down altogether.
Mar. 17from Screengrab
A new screen version of "The Call of the Wild" is calling to us; it's the Jack London story of a California dog named buck who goes native in the Yukon of the Gold Rush days.
Feb. 21from Film Reviews