The story of influential 1970s Southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd, and the plane crash that killed many of its members, are recounted.
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After a former Broadway composer discovers a high school in Staten Island is staging his most celebrated musical, he sets out to shut them down.
After being mistaken for a famous author, an alcoholic reclusive finds himself being admired resulting in appearing at a conference celebrating the anniversary of the actual writer’s novel.
With Aaron Sorkin entering talks with both Marvel and DC despite having admittedly never read a comic book, Neil Turitz gives his take on how he envisions a Sorkin-written superhero movie to look and whether he thinks the Oscar-winning writer could enhance the quality of these films.
An Interpol agent is plagued with a genetic disease that changes his appearance so that he looks exactly like the criminal he is hunting.
When his fiancé is kidnapped by human traffickers, Roman and his ex-military brothers set to out to track her down and save her before it is too late.
As the his series on the state of the comic industry comes to a close, Neil Turitz takes a positive look towards the future of comics to remind us that the industry is on the upswing and has no intentions of coming down anytiem soon.
Keisha Ceylon is a fraudulent psychic. She tells families she can find their missing loved one – for a price, of course. But she soon has a “vision” close enough to the truth to make one of her clients feel threatened.
The latest trailer for Spiderman: Homecoming is the perfect way to get excited for Summer.
The Bourne Ultimatum director Paul Greengrass is in negotiations to direct prohibition-era film Ness, written by Academy Award winner Brian Helgeland.
If you were given the opportunity to pay 30 dollars to be able to watch movies at home from when they hit theaters, would you? With CinemaCon starting today, Neil Turitz examines this potential new development in film watching and how it would impact theaters in the future.
It seems like every film today is one piece in the web of a massive franchise with expectations to turn into a full cinematic universe. Many it times it even seems like the films franchises are being greenlit before the first film is released. Neil Turitz takes a look at this phenomenon and asks why film is going in this direction.
After the decline of his marriage, a lawyer takes piano lessons to learn to play his wife’s favorite song in order to win her back.
A dishonored detective seeks revenge against the person who had him framed and murdered his partner after he is released from prison.
A prostitute must restrain her anti-heroic behavior after waking up one day with superpowers.
A young woman who is skeptical about love suddenly realizes her life has become a romantic comedy.
Shot mockumentary style, follows two young couples in opposite stages of romance.
Bad Robot to produce a half-hour dramedy series based on RuPaul’s rise from being a night club figure in 1980’s New York City to a drag queen and stardom.
Netflix has changed its star rating system to simply a thumbs up or thumbs down. Neil Turitz explains why this unfortunate change is the newest development in the suppression of the movie reviewer.
The true story of Israel’s Mossad spy agency 1981 rescue of Ethiopian Jews to Israel is dramatized.
A recently-divorced woman returns to her hometown to help convince her father that the great love of his life, now suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease, must be placed in a nursing home.
Two estranged brothers discover a secret about their mother at her funeral.
While on a luxury cruise for a travel assignment, a journalist witnesses a passenger tossed overboard only to have the ship sail on the next day as if nothing happened.
Chronicles a 15-year-old, heavy metal fan’s summer vacation with his librarian single mother.
In the midst of harrowing news about shootings of cops and civilians, a rookie cop in the mean streets of St. Louis has his first night on the job, and sees up close and personal the strong bonds of loyalty, work and family that bind together the cops, both black and white.
A British-Chinese woman becomes embroiled in a mystery after accidentally taking a photograph of crime being committed in Hong Kong.