movie review

Nolte: Top 5 Dean Stockwell Movies

Most of us discovered Dean Stockwell, who died last week at age 85, by way of the television series Quantum Leap (1989-1993), where he memorably portrayed Admiral Al Calavicci, a cigar-chomping horn dog and right-hand to Sam (series star Scott Bakula). Over 97 episodes, Stockwell showed up every week with that unmistakable gleam in his eye to help Sam fix American history and find his way home.

Actor Dean Stockwell poses in Feb 1989 at an unknown location. (AP Photo/Alan Greth)

‘Tomorrow War’ Review: Amazon Delivers a Perfect 4th of July Blockbuster

Tomorrow War is unpretentious, exciting, occasionally moving, and just plain fun. Everything you want in a summer movie is right there: a big, straight-forward concept, terrific special effects, an appealing movie star, a very appealing supporting cast, plenty of action, stakes that feel real, a load of laughs, likable characters, and a universal theme about the importance of family, most especially fathers.

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‘Demon Slayer: Mugen Train’ Review — A Work of Art

It’s somewhat rare that an anime film gains traction at the U.S. box office or even gets a theatrical release. Growing up, the only ones I remember are Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie: The Pyramid of Light, Naruto: Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow, and of course, Spirited Away… and Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie: Mugen Train is blowing them all out of the water.

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