The annual tradition continues with a slightly different format this year.
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The 2014 revision of Alex*s all-time top 200 comes in a new format!
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.
Nebraska, All is Lost, and a few other films get an awards boost from this “independent” awards ceremony.
The Film Misery Podcast makes a brief return with a new format and review of the much-lauded film ‘Gravity.’
Forty feature length documentaries are nominated along with six shorts.
November is looking much less exciting than October, but here are some titles that might be worth checking out.
Is it safe to assume that Martin Scorcese’s film will be a lock in many major categories?
These nominations highlight some of the best documentaries of 2013.
This week offers slim pickings when it comes to new DVD and blu-ray releases, but we found five that might be worth checking out.
Cast members from every X-Men iteration come together for the latest addition to the franchise.
‘Upstream Color,’ ‘Inside Llewyn Davis,’ and ‘Blue Caprice’ also receive multiple awards.
Before Midnight, The Way, Way Back, Only God Forgives, and The Conjuring are the 2013 releases that come to Blu-Ray and DVD this week.
Oscar prediction updates in the eight major categories along with animated feature, documentary feature, and foreign language film.
The film features almost all of Anderson’s regulars, exhibits his signature style, and looks like a lot of fun.
Alex will be screening films like ‘Nebraska’ and ‘August: Osage County’ at this year’s TCFF.
Eight films on a variety of subjects have been selected including films about a cave artist, a Holocaust survivor, and a neurologist turned spiritual rollerblader.
This month might have the most exciting new releases all year with anticipated titles like 12 Years a Slave and Blue is the Warmest Color hitting theatres.