We begin the 2013 Film Misery Awards by honoring achievements in the technical categories!
Author Archive | Justin Jagoe
2013 was a disappointing movie year for Justin. But that’s his own damn fault, not the movies.
This week’s middling Blu-Ray Selections are elevated, yet again, by the incredible offerings from the Criterion Collection.
One of TV’s greatest accomplishments of all time ends not with a bang, but with a relatively soft bang. Here’s why it’s better that way.
There is a lot of waiting and a lot of set-up this week, all at the service of the ‘Breaking Bad’ finale. That doesn’t mean this wasn’t a lovely episode.
Glimpses of humanity return to Walter White in one of the very best episodes of ‘Breaking Bad’ ever.
Uh… holy crap.
This may be the weakest, least consequential episode of ‘Breaking Bad,’ in a while, but don’t let that trick you into thinking it’s not terrific fun.
This week’s episode shows Skyler and Walt hitting a new low, as Jesse’s destructive side reaches a new high.
Shiri, the first in our Korean Wave Cinema Series, blends genre and politics in a story of identity. It’s not the most auspicious Marathon starter, but it’ll do.
If you wish to honor the accomplishments of Steve Jobs in life, avoiding this appallingly bad biopic is a part of that process.
In our inaugural post for TV Misery, Justin begins his weekly recaps of his favorite show on TV, AMC’s original series ‘Breaking Bad!’
In our next Film Misery Movie Marathon, we look at one of the most interesting film movements in recent memory.
‘Crystal Fairy’ is a charmingly low-key road movie, featuring a superb performance from former child actress Gaby Hoffman.
‘The To Do List’ is a lot like your first time: A potential milestone filled with early promise in theory, yet messy and bound to disappoint in practice.
While ‘The Wolverine’ has its share of problems, its ability to satisfy ‘X-Men’ devotees is not one of them.
In honor of Helen Mirren’s turn in ‘Red 2,’ a look at some of our favorite Unlikely Movie Bad-Asses
It turns out Joss Whedon is as much fun doing Shakespeare as when he’s doing vampires and comic books.
Sofia Coppola’s latest is a thoughtful, empathetic and mostly successful meditation on our obsession with having all the things.
‘World War Z’ certainly has its moments, even if those moments leave you wishing there was more to the movie overall.