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Author Archive | Alex Carlson
Alex and Phil are joined by a special guest to discuss Luhrmann’s latest.
Another movie musical cast is shaping up. Share your thoughts on the players involved.
In a totally unsurprising move, Alex and Phil disagree about a Marvel movie. Also, Alex interviews award winning screenwriter Paul Laverty.
What will be the top comedy, animated film, and superhero movie of the Summer? View my predictions and share yours!
The Scottish writer talks about the youth unemployment crisis and collaborating with Ken Loach.
The top 5 releases this week include two dancing movies, two gritty crime movies, and Barbara Streisand’s greatest hit.
Alex and Phil discuss the style of Terence Malick and debate the merits of giant robot movies after promising to be more active in the Summer movie season.
Where will ‘Monsters University’ rank in the Pixar canon? Watch the trailer and share your thoughts!
Small films from 2012, classic Laurence Olivier, and a blockbuster re-released in 3-D highlight this week’s new releases.
Two Criterion Collection films, two independent releases from 2012, and a worthwhile film collection.
Slim pickings this week, but an HBO film and a good Streaming Pick of the Week should keep viewers busy.
There have been many ups and downs in the 007 franchise. Alex shares his favorite and least favorite installments.
‘This is Not a Film,’ ‘Life of Pi,’ ‘Hitchcock,’ and several classic films are newly available for purchase this year on DVD and Blu-Ray.
Brief reviews of four films from the 2010s and 1930s.
Watch for live winners and Alex’s thoughts throughout the ceremony. Join the conversation now!
Alex has a change of heart in the Best Actress race and offers additional thoughts in few of the other categories that are up in the air.
Alex and Duncan make their final predictions for the big eight categories ahead of this year’s Oscar awards.
Could Michael Haneke win Best Director? Or Daniel Day-Lewis lose Best Actor? Vote for one of these unlike upsets.
Alex and Phil review a movie that might have made their best of 2012 lists and share what they’re anticipating in 2013.