Todd Gilchrist is a Los Angeles-based film critic and entertainment journalist with more than 20 years’ experience for dozens of print and online outlets, including Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, Entertainment Weekly and Fangoria. An obsessive soundtrack collector, sneaker aficionado and member of the Los Angeles Film Critics Association, Todd currently lives in Silverlake, California with his amazing wife Julie, two cats Beatrix and Biscuit, and several thousand books, vinyl records and Blu-rays.
In Woody Allen's 'Rifkin's Festival,' when a struggling novelist joins his publicist wife at a film festival, sparks fly and complications pile up for both of them.
'The Matrix Resurrections,' a follow-up to one of the most groundbreaking films of the last few decades, seems content to run a victory lap instead of pushing its innovation forward.
Two star-crossed lovers come between warring New York street gangs in this remake of the classic music by Jerone Robbins, Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim.
Paul Thomas Anderson's 'Licorice Pizza' takes him back to his 'Boogie Nights' days with a coming-of-age romance as irresistible as it is impossible to understand.
Abel Ferrara and Ethan Hawke team up for 'Zeroes and Ones,' a disappointing outing that fails to transform a quarantined Rome into a sociopolitical battlefield.
If the world hasn't outgrown Looney Tunes-style violence perpetrated on dim-witted thieves, the surprisingly strong 'Home Sweet Home Alone' team should have known how to make this work.
As the season comes to an unceremonious close, the crew of the Lady Michelle struggles to keep operations running smoothly.
When the last charter guests of the season test the crew's stamina, the finish line seems further off than ever.
Another night out for the crew results in more conflicts as the end of charter season quickly approaches.
James Bond faces a complex past — his and the franchise's — as Daniels Craig's tenure as the super spy comes to an end.
A new group of charter guests challenges the Lady Michelle crew as they adapt to working with only two interior crew members.
Lexi's toxicity comes to a head — with the help of chef Mathew, who isn't much better — forcing Captain Sandy to make a critical decision.
When a desperate young publisher teams up with a cantankerous author, a promotional road trip turns into a journey of camaraderie and self-discovery.
Another excursion off the boat for the crew leads to inevitable confrontations, if sadly also some collateral damage for other team members.
In 'The Card Counter,' professional gambler William Tell (Oscar Isaac) meets a restless young man (Tye Sheridan) with unexpected connections to his troubled past.
Guy Pearce plays a grizzled detective who teams up with an empathetic android to find a missing human girl in a dystopian cityscape.
While Katie agonizes over whether or not to fire trial stew Delaney, the rest of the crew scrambles to keep their demanding guests entertained.
Riz Ahmed plays a British-Pakistani rapper reckoning with degenerative illness on the eve of the biggest break in his career.
With the arrival of a new stew, Katie's stressunexpectedly increases, while Chef Mathew deals with another physical malady.
Elijah Wood and Luke Kirby dramatize the real-life relationship between a young FBI agent and Ted Bundy over the serial killer's last years on death row.
While the rest of the crew prepares of an onboard Oktoberfest, Lexi continues to let Katie down, prompting her boss to consider a staffing change.
Lexi's poor attitude begins to affect operations once again as the rest of the crew tries to manage charter guests with a drinking problem — namely that they can't get their drinks fast enough.
Lil Dicky (Dave Burd) finally completes his epic debut album, but what happens if the world doesn't care to hear it?
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