What starts out as just a piece of (interesting) muckraking journalism slowly turns into a truly fascinating psychological inquiry: why are all the closeted homosexuals in congress actively doing all they can to squash the rights of gay...Read More
Month: May 2010
I can’t say I loved this movie. You can read my review at...Read More
This movie is pretty damned good until the whole “wolfman” thing starts up. Jack Nicholson as a sad, cuckolded, aging publicist fighting off Christopher Plummer and corporate takeover, though, is quite droll. I wish Nichols stuck with that. Of note: every single bit player later went on to greatness. It is quite...Read More
Of all the comics Woody Allen stole from, he stole from no one more than Bob Hope. If you’ve never seen Bob Hope in action, you really owe it to yourself. I watched this (well, most of it) with my Dad late at night a week ago and we laughed a lot then fell asleep in front of the...Read More
This post is here for the explicit purpose of proving that I don’t just automatically like any comic/graphic novel that has the Green Lantern imprimatur. “Legacy – the Last Will & Testament of Hal Jordan” is awful. It is meant to have some post-9/11 heft, but instead it gives credence to the (usually) ill-informed belief that if comic book writers could write real stories they wouldn’t write comic...Read More
Call it a spin-off comic if you want, but Kyle Rayner’s adventures as “Ion” prior to the Sinestro Corps War are very engrossing, filled with color, loaded with SF imagery dripping off the page and (forgive me for saying so) a little touching. Worth checking out for any GL...Read More
Jordan Hoffman is a New York-based writer and film critic working for The Guardian, Vanity Fair, Thrillist, Times of Israel, NY Daily News and elsewhere.
He is the host of ENGAGE: The Official Star Trek Podcast, a member of the New York Film Critics Circle and challenges you to a game of backgammon.