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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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‘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 […]

‘Merry Little Batman’ Review: The Caped Crusader’s Kid Gets His Own Adorable Animated Adventure

The now-retired Batman is merely a supporting character in a film that finds his eight-year-old son Damian battling an array of classic supervillains.

‘Fast Charlie’ Review: Pierce Brosnan Works His Suave Magic in Phillip Noyce’s Darkly Comic Hit Man Thriller

The veteran actor plays an assassin dealing with some dangerous problems in a film co-starring Morena Baccarin and the late James Caan.

‘Godzilla Minus One’ Review: A Kaiju Feature as Emotionally Involving as It Is Scary

The legendary monster returns in this Japanese film in which he rampages through Tokyo yet again.

‘The Shift’ Review: Faith-Based Thriller Proves Hard to Believe In

Neal McDonough plays the Devil, here known as "The Benefactor," in this religious-themed sci-fi thriller from Angel Studios.

‘Silent Night’ Review: Joel Kinnaman in John Woo’s Gripping Hollywood Comeback

The actor stars in the director's first American film in 20 years, a revenge thriller featuring virtually no dialogue.

‘The Senior’ Review: Michael Chiklis Scores in Rod Lurie’s Stirring Sports Drama

The film tells the true-life story of Mike Flynt, who played college football at age 59.

‘Genie’ Review: Melissa McCarthy in Peacock’s Ho-Hum Holiday Film

A genie tries to help a man repair his fractured family in this holiday film written by Richard Curtis and co-starring Paapa Essiedu.

‘7000 Miles’ Review: Wendie Malick Lifts Indie Dementia Drama

The veteran actress plays an elderly woman suffering from memory loss who may actually be a legendary aviatrix.

‘Please Don’t Destroy: The Treasure of Foggy Mountain’ Review: The Latest Proof That Sketch Comedy Works Best in Small Doses

The comedy troupe and 'SNL' contributors make their feature-length film debut with this wacky comedy.

‘Thanksgiving’ Review: Patrick Dempsey in an Eli Roth Flick That Offers Just Enough Cheap Kills

A serial killer gets very upset about a Black Friday sale in a throwback slasher pic from the 'Hostel' director.