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Leonard da Vinci taught director Jim Capobianco plenty about persistence. In his full-length animated feature, “The Inventor,” Capobianco humanizes Leonardo and shows how he, too, had doubts and concerns.
In the new film, “Gran Turismo,” director Neill Blomkamp shows how the British resident Jann Mardenborough went from playing video games in his bedroom to driving formula cars professionally. The Journal's Bruce Miller talked with him about the experience.
“Air,” in fact, was the first memorable film of 2023. Even if the rest of the year is a bust, we’ve got this – an account that makes you want to get your head in the game.
This year, because of the writers and actors strikes, there aren't even extensive lists of new shows. Because the premieres could be shifted due to those strikes, everything we've got for you is tentative.
The stage is set for catastrophe in "The Swarm," but the first installment takes its time fishing around. The AppleTV+ show "The Changeling," starring LaKeith Stanfield, twists, turns and moves through time.
Like its predecessor, “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse,” "Across the Spider-Verse" teems with artistic choices, all designed to help you understand the superhero world is larger than you ever imagined.
Look at any list of Oscar nominees (“To Leslie,” for example) and you’ll find films that haven’t grazed even the most rabid fans’ radar. Journal film critic Bruce Miller looked at other films may elude "Barbie" and "Oppenheimer-sized crowds.
Directed by Marc Turtletaub (and dedicated to his father), “Jules” is a charming film that should find a loving audience among the “Gran Torino” set.
To really see and experience America, you’ve got to unplug, says Baratunde Thurston, host and executive producer of “America Outdoors with Baratunde Thurston.”
Should there be subsequent “Beetle” adventures, DC needs to figure out where the character lands.
The secret to TV success: “Get as specific as possible and then find the universal themes that can come out of it," says "Schitt’s Creek" and "Son of a Critch" producer Andrew Barnsley.
“No Hard Feelings” reminds us Jennifer Lawrence doesn’t get enough work. In comedies, she’s a solid performer.
If practice is what it takes to get to Carnegie Hall, what’s required to make it to Le Mans? That’s the premise behind “Gran Turismo,” a based-in-fact drama about a teenage gamer who longs to be a race car driver…
Documentary filmmakers say they may spend years on a film, committing themselves to the subject and they people talking about it. We chatted with three nominated for this year’s Documentary Emmy Awards.
If you’re a fan of “Reservation Dogs,” you’ll probably find this, the final season, difficult to watch. That’s because the four central characters, Bear, Elora, Willie Jack and Cheese, have achieved their California dream and are moving on to different…
“Even though you see head-to-head races on ('American Ninja Warrior') you’re not competitors; you’re really friends,” Scott Behrends, a Cedar Falls resident says. “What’s cool is when you see other people advance and do things that no one thought possible."
While “1923,” “1883” and “Yellowstone” connect, it’s really the landscape and the idea of Western Expansion that holds them together. You don’t need to see all of them to appreciate what Sheridan has done.
Once it tells us how the turtles were born, "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem" settles down and offers up pop culture references that should make you smile.
Meryl Streep doesn’t have a problem blending in.
Sioux City Journal critic Bruce Miller says of "High School Musical: The Musical: The Series": When the final curtain comes down, it’s clear this class of theater students will move on to other, better things.