Holidate currently sits as the #1 most-watched film on Netflix for the week. It’s not surprising, given that it doesn’t take a lot of energy to have it playing while folding laundry.
There is no need for AMC theaters to be renting out auditoriums. Bringing entertainment back to audiences in a safe, socially conscious way is possible and necessary.
With his new film Bad Hair, a horror satire set in the ’80s, Simien maintains originality in race-centric themes and may even capture a new audience.
Adrift plays out in real-time, generating a realistic portrayal of being within the grasp of a hurricane in the middle of the ocean while sailing on a small boat.
Robert Zemeckis serves as both writer and director, providing another serviceable rehashing of an existing film. We’ve recently seen him take award-winning documentary films like Man on Wire and Marwencol, add slight adjustments to create a film with A-list actors, and only manage to see low box office returns.
The latest film by writer/director Sofia Coppola is surprising for both its maturity and commerciality, and Apple TV’s On The Rocks is a gem.
Quibi offered very little to differentiate itself from the grown-ups in the field. It relied on drawing the masses to its casting and attachment choices when most already exist in the TV landscape.