Let’s all get together and feign excitement for this one.
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Our next Marathon will serve as a primer on the director giving us ‘Moonrise Kingdom’ later this month.
Brief, belated reviews of ‘The Three Stooges,’ ‘Jeff, Who Lives at Home,’ ‘Mirror Mirror,’ and a few other films Justin saw while on vacation
See some of your favorite actors sporting some truly awesome facial hair.
More than any trailer preceding it, this one is clearly gunning for mass appeal.
James Cameron’s ultra-popular love story is as cheesy as it’s ever been. But it’s proven to be the kind of cheese that actually ages splendidly.
Brief Reviews of ‘The Godfather: Part III,’ ‘Citizen Kane,’ ‘Cars’ and ‘Brokeback Mountain’
Gary Ross’ wildly anticipated blockbuster is certainly engaging, but its filmmaking feels stifled by the popularity of Suzanne Collins’ beloved source material.
‘Friends with Kids’ is a well-acted and often funny and insightful movie that undoes itself with romantic comedy cliches.
The one-take gimmick may be most marketable attribute to ‘Silent House,’ but Elizabeth Olsen is the true star of this minimalist thriller.
The real tragedy to this lumbering, deathly serious Space Opera is what little fun it is.
Brief reviews of ‘In Darkness,’ ‘Coriolanus,’ ‘A Better Life’ and ‘Margaret.’
With the release of ‘The Secret World of Arrietty’ this past weekend, we rank the films of venerable animation studio from worst to best.
Short reviews on the Documentary Short Films that were nominated for an Oscar this year.
‘The Secret World of Arrietty’ may be a lesser effort from Studio Ghibli, but that doesn’t mean it won’t charm your socks off.
Short reviews on the Live-Action Short Films that were nominated for an Oscar this year.
Short reviews on the Animated Short Films that were nominated for an Oscar this year.
‘Man on a Ledge’ is a lazy, hopelessly generic heist thriller that will be forgotten even before the final credits start to roll.
The Oscar Nominations will be announced tomorrow. Here are some darker-than-dark horses Justin is crossing his fingers for, even if they have no chance whatsoever of getting nominated.
Stephen Daldry’s latest effort is jam-packed with emotion and sentimentality, but fails to turn it into compelling melodrama.