If you’ve watched “A Christmas Story” more times than you can count, you’ll be interested in “A Christmas Story Christmas,” a sequel of sorts that finds Ralphie (Peter Billingsley) as a dad who’s just trying to give his family a great holiday.
Now that the Hallmark Channel has extended its holiday offerings to include gay relationships, it’s not a real stretch for Billy Eichner to attempt something on the big screen.
Movie critic Bruce Miller says “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” is easily the best of the Marvel Universe even though it’s way too long for it…
Like others, filmmaker Ryan White thought it might be difficult to make scientists and engineers seem interesting.
Strange as it may seem, “Good Night Oppy” prompts tears and an ending that suggests sometimes the good guys win, too.
“Armageddon Time” may be a title that’s too explosive for the story it’s attached to. This is a coming-of-age drama that’s just as singular as Kenneth Branagh’s “Belfast” or Steven Spielberg’s “The Fabelmans.”
Ryan White, director of “Good Night Oppy,” – a charming documentary about NASA’s Opportunity rover on Mars – speaks with the Journal’s Bruce M…
It’s great Netflix is finally releasing “The Power of the Dog” on DVD. Now fans don’t have to worry that it’ll disappear from the streaming service, they’ll have it as long as DVDs still exist.
A boatneck superhero suit isn’t exactly flattering on Dwayne Johnson, nor is a character who looks like he’s borrowing from others we’ve already seen. In “Black Adam” there are so many familiar themes and crimefighters.
Daniel Radcliffe probably wasn’t anyone’s first choice to play Weird Al Yankovic in a screen biography.
Movie critic Bruce Miller says "Weird: The Al Yankovic Story" is a parody of biographies. There’s probably not a shred of truth in the screen …
The summer belonged to “Top Gun: Maverick.” It brought folks back to theaters, it solidified Tom Cruise’s reputation as a movie star and it has the staying power to make it into the Oscar hunt.
EDITOR'S NOTE: In 1989, the Jerry Lee Lewis film, "Great Balls of Fire" was released. Bruce Miller talked with Lewis, Dennis Quaid and others related to the film. Here's the story that appeared June 30, 1989, in the Sioux City Journal.
Movie critic Bruce Miller says there is nothing creative about “Ticket to Paradise.” George Clooney and Julia Roberts are good together, but t…
Even Steven Spielberg would have to admit, “Nope” is one of the best close encounters we’ve had with aliens. Peele’s suggestions make sense. Best of all, they entertain thoroughly.
If you ever wondered why the folks in Haddonfield, Illinois, even think of celebrating Halloween, know this: They’re all in on the story of killer Michael Myers.
If you haven’t had access to AMC+, you can now get “This is Going to Hurt” on DVD.
There’s almost too much to consider in “Amsterdam,” a David O. Russell mystery wrapped in another mystery. By the time its all-star cast has checked in, we’re ready for a crackling resolution