This edition of “Behind The Screens” is tightly wrapped with my reviews of new releases “The Mummy”, “Megan Leavey”, “It Comes At Night” and “My Sister Rachel”. Plus, we talk box office, Gal Gadot’s pregnancy while shooting “Wonder Woman”, The Tony Awards, SpongeBob and Donald Duck.
Jackson and new Billboard stars Brian and Chrissy talk about the weekend’s new releases, Will Smith’s second chance to make his Disney debut, and the return of a one-time Chrissy and Jess favorite: “Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego”. Brian wonders why in the world anybody cares.
Should you take the kids to see “Smurfs: The Lost Village”? I’ve got the answer – plus a personal tribute to the great Don Rickles, on his passing and Brian and I rekindle our heated “La La Land” vs. “Titanic” debate.
I have my review of the new futuristic sci-fi action thriller “Ghost in the Shell”, with Scarlett Johansson. Plus, we talk about The Academy’s new rules to avoid another Oscar Night catastrophe, and we say goodbye to “Bones”.
Here are my picks in All 24 Categories: Best Picture – “La La Land” Best Director – Damien Chazelle, “La La Land” Best Actor – Denzel Washington, “Fences” Best Actress – Emma Stone, “La La Land” Best Supporting Actor – Mahershala Ali, “Moonlight” Best Supporting Actress – Viola Davis, “Fences” Best Original Screenplay – “Manchester […]
“Fist Fight” is easily one of the most tasteless and worthless movies ever made. For starters, the concept is absolutely ridiculous: raged high school teacher Mr. Strickland (played by Ice Cube) loses his job (after he snaps in class) and he decides to challenge fellow teacher Mr. Campbell (Charlie Day) to fight him in the parking lot at […]