It Ain’t Over is a sports documentary that honors one of the greatest catchers of all time, Yogi Berra of the New York Yankees. Not many baseball players could say they had 3 MVP Awards, 18 All-Star appearances in 15 seasons, and 10 World Series rings. Well, except for Yogi Berra. He was a catcher during the Yankees dynasty, bringing the eras between Joltin’ Joe DiMaggio and Mickey Mantle. Berra was a part of one…"It Ain’t Over – Tribeca 2022"
The Critics Choice Association announced that Billy Crystal will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award during the Critics Choice Awards. During the 27th annual Critics Choice Awards, Crystal will be feted for his incredible body of work throughout the years. The gala will be hosted by Taye Diggs and Nicole Byer, which will broadcast LIVE on The CW and TBS on Sunday, March 13 from 7:00 – 10:00 PM ET (delayed PT – check local listings).…"Billy Crystal To Receive Critics Choice Lifetime Achievement Award"
Here Today, a bittersweet comedy starring Billy Crystal and Tiffany Haddish, is now available to watch on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital. Comedy veteran Billy Crystal is a true triple-threat in front and behind the camera. Crystal directs, co-writes the script with legendary comedy writer Alan Zweibel, and delivers one of his best performances on screen. He truly outdoes his performance in last year’s Standing Up, Falling Down. There’s something about playing a comedian or writer…"Here Today Is Now On Blu-ray, DVD"
Monsters at Work starts the day after Monstropolis decided to go after laughter rather than power their city by scaring children. A number of Monsters Inc. veterans return including Mike (Billy Crystal) and Sulley (John Goodman). However, we’re introduced to some new monsters including the Monsters, Inc. Facilities Team (MIFT). While Mike and Sulley are series regulars, they’re not particularly the main stars of the series. No, this honor belongs to new Monsters University graduate…"Monsters at Work: It’s Laughter We’re After"
Here Today, a bittersweet comedy starring Billy Crystal and Tiffany Haddish, is one of the best pictures this year when all is said and done. Comedy veteran Billy Crystal is a true triple-threat in front and behind the camera. Crystal directs, co-writes the script with legendary comedy writer Alan Zweibel, and delivers one of his best performances on screen. He truly outdoes his performance in last year’s Standing Up, Falling Down. There’s something about playing…"Here Today Is A Bittersweet Comedy"
A stand-up comedian moves home after four years of struggling to find success in Los Angeles in the recently released Standing Up, Falling Down. The story told in this film is one that is all too familiar. While stand-up opportunities are all over New York City, the biggest opportunities are almost always in Los Angeles. Take it from this improviser who weirdly became a film critic (I haven’t given up on comedy for what it’s…"Standing Up, Falling Down: A Familiar Story"
When Harry Met Sally… still holds up as one of the greatest romantic comedies as the Rob Reiner/Nora Ephron film celebrates the 30th anniversary in 2019. The film starts at the University of Chicago in 1977 when Harry Burns (Billy Crystal) and Sally Albright (Meg Ryan) leave for New York. At the time, Harry is dating Sally’s best friend, Amanda. This trip to New York consists of their views when it came to relationships. Being…"When Harry Met Sally…: The Perfect Rom-Com"
It was a sad day when we lost legendary comedian Robin Williams but a new HBO documentary, Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind, tells his story in his own words. Williams got his start during the 1970s comedy scene in Los Angeles. This led to various television appearances in the 1970s. None of those appearances were more notable than the time that he made his first appearance as Mork on Happy Days. The two-episode appearance…"Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind"