As ‘Inside Llewyn Davis’ moves soulfully into theaters, we count down the top 10 musical moments in 2013 cinema, from ‘Frozen’ to ‘Stoker’.
‘Inside Llewyn Davis’ sees the Coen brothers in more soulful humanist territory, singing longingly in song & cool visual palette.
Duncan reviews November’s most notable films, from ‘Hunger Games’ to ‘Ender’s Game’ to love games in ‘Enough Said’ to Marvel’s coy game with audiences.
Kicking off a surely exciting month a year-in-review montages and diverse Best of 2013 lists is Film.com’s awesomely fun 2013 video countdown!
The New York Film Critics Circle Awards kick off critic awards season with winners being announced live.
Are critics awards still an accurate predictor of the Oscars? Should they be?
There is at least one awards ceremony this year that ’12 Years a Slave’ won’t sweep.
‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ held extraordinarily well at #1, but Disney’s ‘Frozen’ debuted with true enthusiasm at $67 million!
Sight & Sound’s Best Films of 2013 list finds room for ‘The Act of Killing’, ‘Gravity’, ‘A Touch of Sin’, ‘Blue is the Warmest Color’ and more!
Happy Thanksgiving! The Film Misery writers celebrate by preading love for Netflix, Television, Criterion, ‘Star Trek’, Studio Ghibli and Greta Gerwig.
Nebraska, All is Lost, and a few other films get an awards boost from this “independent” awards ceremony.
Esteemed critical publication Cahiers Du Cinema announce their top 10 films of 2013, including ‘Stranger By The Lake’, ‘Spring Breakers’ & ‘Gravity’.
‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ proved a wildfire draw for fans and agnostics of the series alike, pulling in a huge $161.1 million debut.
The full trailer for Lars von Trier’s ‘Nymphomaniac’ has been tailor made to shock and addict audiences to its sex-crazed madness.
The trailer for David Ayers’ shoot-em-up DEA thriller ‘Sabotage’ looks exactly like what it is, yet excites us on the allure of its director & cast.
‘Thor: The Dark World’ led the box office again, but ‘The Best Man Holiday’ and ‘Nebraska’ were the clear winners of the weekend.
The Film Misery Podcast makes a brief return with a new format and review of the much-lauded film ‘Gravity.’
Can Darren Aronofsky manage his distinct vision with a blockbuster budget? The first trailer for ‘Noah’ gives us a hint.
Two unbelievably lovely Criterions of ‘City Lights’ and ‘Frances Ha’ top a week filled stunning DVD and Blu-Ray releases.
Angelina Jolie’s vamping it up with a vengeance (and horns) in the trailer for Disney’s latest gothic fairy tale revisionism ‘Maleficent’.