It’s not fair for me to call The Happytime Murders the “worst film of 2018.”

After all, I’ve seen neither of this summer’s two talking-dog family films, and I’m sure one of them can compete for that title.

Have you ever seen an entire theater of people clap and cheer at the end of a truly awful film?

That’s The Meg for you, a bad film with a bad script, bad acting and bad special effects that is also somehow a crowd pleaser.

The first film I reviewed for print was 1996‘s Mission: Impossible, which saw Tom Cruise take the beloved 60s television series to the big screen with a story full of twists, turns and cutting-edge action sequences.

NASHVILLE (AP) — It was just meant to be: Pop singer Bebe Rexha and country duo Florida Georgia Line’s massive crossover hit “Meant to Be” has broken a new record on Billboard’s Hot country songs chart, remaining in the No. 1 spot for 35 weeks.

I hear a lot of people say, “I hate country music, but I love Johnny Cash.” You can’t help but wonder if those people have ever heard the characteristically soulful melodies of Marty Robbins, AKA the Frank Sinatra of the West.