Harry Belafonte made a lasting impression a dozen years ago on a visit before Television Critics Association reporters. The activist/singer, one of the last Black Civil Rights icons of the 1960s, passed away Tuesday, April 25. He was 96. Back in July of 2011, he stood out as a towering figure from a golden age

Oscar ratings are plummeting. I blame Leslie Neilsen. The Canadian born “Naked Gun” star hasn’t made a movie since 2009. This is mainly because he died in 2010. Neilsen was pretty much the reason I went to the movies. Imagine how much better “The Shape of Water” would have been if Frank Drebin had been