Mark Meszoros, The Macomb Daily

Mark Meszoros

The Macomb Daily

Willoughby, OH, United States

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Past articles by Mark:

‘Severance’ takes work/life balance to extreme with mystery-filled tale full of twists

Ben Stiller directs two-thirds of Apple TV+ series starring Adam Scott as worker who has undergone controversial procedure → Read More

2022 movie preview: ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ (finally

These are the most noteworthy movie releases of 2022. → Read More

‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ a complex, emotionally affecting end to entertaining trilogy

It’s too bad the movie title “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” already was taken. → Read More

At Music Box event, Northeast Ohio native Dan O’Shannon will reflect on life writing for TV

When you spend a life crafting TV comedy for a living, some things are going to stick. “I’ve written literally thousands and thousands of jokes, and some of them, I think, are fall-down-funny,” say… → Read More

Country-music hitmaker Darryl Worley talks returning to Mentor for Fourth of July celebration

Like many, chart-topping country-music artist Darryl Worley didn’t enjoy the lockdown-turned-slowdown resulting from the novel coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Pixar’s ‘Luca’ offers an enjoyable Italian getaway via Disney+

Arriving just before the first official day of summer, “Luca” embodies the spirit of the season. → Read More

‘Spirit Untamed’ isn’t an animation classic, but it’s a fine, steady ride

A decade and a half after the DreamWorks Animation film “Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron” — about a captured wild mustang — hit theaters in 2002, Netflix debuted the animated → Read More

‘The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It’ is standard fright fare

The most surprising movie to lead to a sprawling cinematic universe has to be the 2013 supernatural horror film “The Conjuring.” → Read More

Mentor’s Hannah Spieker, a recent Cleveland Institute of Art graduate, receives honor for illustration

One Cleveland Institute of Art faculty member says “it’s like winning the Oscar in the illustration world.” → Read More

Engrossing ‘A Quiet Place Part II’ brings back silence-inducing fears but is a little thin

There’s a reason to go back to the theater. → Read More

Willowick’s Jennifer Boresz Engelking digs into ‘Hidden History of Lake County, Ohio’

Jennifer Boresz Engelking considers herself a lifelong Lake County resident. → Read More

Zack Snyder zombie kill-fest ‘Army of the Dead’ too much of a good thing

It’s fun to think about — and to read about — what went into making “Army of the Dead.” → Read More

Zack Snyder zombie kill-fest ‘Army of the Dead’ too much of a good thing

It’s fun to think about — and to read about — what went into making “Army of the Dead.” → Read More

Emotional ‘Dream Horse’ runs a winning race

Riding into “Dream Horse,” you think you know, broadly speaking, the buttons that will be pressed by the filmmakers. → Read More

Rock Hall’s latest class of inductees is imperfect but diverse

Simply “The Best” may not sum up the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame’s newly announced 2021 inductees, but in “Times Like These” there’s no denying the importance of diversity. → Read More

Rock Hall’s latest class of inductees is imperfect but diverse

Simply “The Best” may not sum up the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame’s newly announced 2021 inductees, but in “Times Like These” there’s no denying the importance of diversity. → Read More

Taylor Sheridan’s latest, ‘Those Who Wish Me Dead,’ not up to his level but still keeps you invested| Movie review

Since turning his attention from acting (“Veronica Mars” and “Sons of Anarchy”) to writing (“Sicario” and “Hell or High Water”) and directing (“Wind River”), Taylor Sheridan has made a real → Read More

Taylor Sheridan’s latest, ‘Those Who Wish Me Dead,’ not up to his level but still keeps you invested| Movie review

Since turning his attention from acting (“Veronica Mars” and “Sons of Anarchy”) to writing (“Sicario” and “Hell or High Water”) and directing (“Wind River”), Taylor Sheridan has made a real → Read More

Solid if unspectacular ‘Spiral: From the Book of Saw’ keeps the focus on cops

Admittedly, I’m making this assessment with anything close to real confidence. → Read More

Computer screen-centric ‘Profile’ a compelling, if eye-scrambling thriller

“Screenlife” is a term coined by Timur Bekmambetov to describe movies that take place entirely on computer screens and/or those on mobile devices. → Read More