Movies for the Rest of Us with Bill Newcott: Melissa McCarthy Gets Serious

Melissa McCarthy takes on a memorable dramatic role, a family laughs and cries its way through the challenges of Alzheimer’s, and Rowan Atkinson returns as secret agent Johnny English.

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Saturday Evening Post movie critic Bill Newcott reviews Can You Ever Forgive Me, a dramatic film starring Melissa McCarthy; What They Had with Blythe Danner, Hilary Swank, and Michael Shannon, including Bill’s interview with director Elizabeth Chomko; Indivisible starring Grey’s Anatomy actors Justin Bruening, Sarah Drew, and Jason George; and Rowan Atkinson’s Johnny English Strikes Again. On the home video front, Bill reviews the off-the-wall brilliance of Sorry to Bother You, as well as I Think We’re Alone Now, and Roger Corman’s The Wasp Woman, with commentary by comedian Dennis Miller.

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