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Frank Scheck

Frank Scheck has been covering film, theater and music for more than 30 years. He was previously the editor of Stages Magazine, the chief theater critic for the Christian Science Monitor and a theater critic and culture writer for The New York Post. His writing has appeared in such publications as the New York Daily News, Playbill, Backstage and various national and international newspapers. He has provided on-air commentary for the BBC, MSNBC and the Fox Business channel, among others.

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‘Outlaw Posse’ Review: Mario Van Peebles Gets Back in the Saddle in Daffy but Fun Western Pastiche

Whoopi Goldberg, Edward James Olmos, Cedric the Entertainer and M. Emmet Walsh are among the veteran actors popping up in this tale of a badass cowboy looking to retrieve a stash of Confederate gold.

‘Red Right Hand’ Review: Orlando Bloom and Andie MacDowell in a Routine Southern-Fried Crime Film

The pair star in Eshom and Ian Helms' actioner about a reformed criminal desperately trying to protect his family from a local mob kingpin.

‘Ordinary Angels’ Review: Hilary Swank Plucks Heartstrings Expertly in Inspirational Drama

Alan Ritchson also stars in this fact-based film about a hairdresser who makes it her mission to help a family in desperate need.

‘God & Country’ Review: A Bracing, Rob Reiner-Produced Primer on the Dangers of Christian Nationalism

Dan Partland's documentary examines the rise of Christian Nationalism as a political movement in America.

‘Land of Bad’ Review: Russell Crowe Upstages a Pair of Hemsworth Brothers in Junky Actioner

A remote drone pilot attempts to help a Delta Forces soldier trapped behind enemy lines in William Eubank's thriller.

‘Orion and the Dark’ Review: Jacob Tremblay and Paul Walter Hauser in Clever Animation Penned by Charlie Kaufman

Angela Bassett and Colin Hanks also feature in the voice cast of this Netflix premiere, an adaptation of Emma Yarlett's children's book about an anxious kid especially fearful when the lights go out.

‘The Tiger’s Apprentice’ Review: Henry Golding and Michelle Yeoh Lead a Top-Notch Voice Cast in Paramount+’s Animated Adventure

A Chinese-American teenager takes on evil forces with the assistance of animal warriors in this animated yarn with voice work from Lucy Liu, Bowen Yang, Sandra Oh and Greta Lee.

‘Look Into My Eyes’ Review: Lana Wilson’s Doc About New York City Psychics Doesn’t See Much

The 'Pretty Baby: Brooke Shields' filmmaker trains her eye on a group of New York City psychics and their sessions with clients.

‘Role Play’ Review: Kaley Cuoco and David Oyelowo Get Trampled by Tired Action-Comedy Tropes

The 'Flight Attendant' star plays a veteran assassin living a double life as a suburban wife and mother in this Amazon Prime Video action-comedy.

‘Night Swim’ Review: Wyatt Russell and Kerry Condon Struggle to Keep Low-Rent Horror Flick Afloat

A family discovers their swimming pool is haunted in Bryce McGuire's Blumhouse movie.

‘The Family Plan’ Review: Mark Wahlberg’s Apple TV+ Action Comedy Is Numbingly Routine

Michelle Monaghan and Ciaran Hinds also appear in this movie about a suburban dad whose secret past as an assassin catches up with him.

‘Rushmore’: THR’s 1998 Review

On Dec. 11, 1998, Touchstone Pictures unveiled Wes Anderson’s Jason Schwartzman and Bill Murray starrer Rushmore in theaters, where it would go on to gross $17 million domestically. The Hollywood Reporter’s original review is below: This sophomore feature from director Wes Anderson (Bottle Rocket) is an unusually stylish and quirky comedy that represents a significant […]