My name is Chaz. A former co-worker (Dave) always misheard my name as "Chad." Complicating matters was a third co-worker, who was in fact named Chad. So Dave habitually called me the "other Chad."
High on atmosphere and featuring a strong lead performance by Jessica Chastain, this one could've used more depth.
Bill Murray as Franklin D. Roosevelt, Laura Linney as his fifth cousin, and the boring romance that blossoms.
Accompanied by some fascinating extras, this controversial Charlie Chaplin classic just might gain new fans with this edition.
A prison break film set during World War II, based on the real-life imprisonment of André Devigny.
HBO's snarky sitcom about an incompetent vice president played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus is moderately funny.
Monster High is a harmless spin-off of a doll line, fine for youngsters.
RZA's kung fu folly, a sad waste of resources.
Trying to figure out how they cloned Michelle Williams is this sequel's greatest point of interest.
Criterion delivers another low key but emotionally-involving film by the Dardenne brothers.
A massive treasure chest of concert material by the "lost" Miles Davis Quintet.