“Why Him?,” the crass comedy that pits Bryan Cranston in opposition to James Franco, arrives on iTunes. And “Ice Age: Collision Direction” makes its method to the small display screen on HBO and its streaming platforms.
WHY HIM? (2016) on iTunes. Bryan Cranston and James Franco are at odds on this comedy by which they play stand-ins for opposing generations: older, extra right kind males and the offensive whippersnappers of the long run. However don’t be expecting a profound satire. The film “is trite, crass and insultingly moronic,” Jeannette Catsoulis wrote in The New York Occasions. “Shoveling expletives into the holes the place jokes needs to be — a highway too frequently traveled in lately’s R-rated comedies — the director, John Hamburg, and Ian Helfer produce a screenplay that’s shockingly lazy and painfully attenuated.”
LONG DAY’S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT on BroadwayHD.com. This site’s are living circulate from the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles is to be had on call for thru Tuesday. Jane Kaczmarek (“Malcolm within the Center”) and Alfred Molina (“Chocolat”) big name as Mary and James Tyrone, the fogeys in Eugene O’Neill’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play, some of the largest American dramas in historical past. Put aside 4 hours, and plenty of tissues.
What’s on TV
ICE AGE: COLLISION COURSE (2016) eight p.m. on HBO. Within the 5th…