It’s with a heavy heart that we announce renowned film critic Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times has passed away.
Now on DVD/Blu-Ray, the deleted scenes from Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘The Master’ offer a glimpse behind the veil of the cutting room floor.
With the three major guilds under its belt, is ‘Argo’ now an unstoppable force for the Best Picture Oscar?
Finalists include ‘Amour’ from Austria and ‘The Intouchables’ from France.
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Three new writers are about to make Film Misery a whole lot better!
Film Misery is looking to expand our team of writers for the upcoming movie awards season. Will you join us?
The Film Misery staff admits to being wrong about movies in the past.
This week I only found three films even worth writing about. Better to stay at the theater for now. It’s summer after all.
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.
Special Sundance Edition: Acquisitions, Reviews, and trailer for ‘Jeff, Who Lives at Home’.
This week is low on offerings, starting off 2012 on a rather low note in my book as I offer my opinions in one of the most cynical posts I’ve ever written.
While he wishes the competition was tighter this year,Casey loves these ten movies from 2011 no less than he would otherwise.
2011 had its share of great movies. Here are my favorites.
These are my top ten films of what I consider to be a quite remarkable year of cinema!
‘Midnight in Paris’ finds its charm in pure, unadultered literary enchantment.
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They give the acting awards to a unique group of peope
Take Shelter’s Michael Shannon and Jessica Chastain score acting awards
First wins for Jean Dujardin and Nicolas Winding Refn