With ‘Jurassic Park’s triumphant return to theaters, we count down 10 of the greatest films of 1993.
There have been many ups and downs in the 007 franchise. Alex shares his favorite and least favorite installments.
With Brad Anderson’s ‘The Call’ entering theaters, we look at a handful of directors we feel deserve better scripts than they’re getting.
All movies – well… most of them… deserve a second chance. These are ten movies that Justin can promise to revisit in due time.
Not all awards are serious. These are those awards.
In case you missed the Podcast, check out my top ten list and see why 2012 will be remembered as the year when my movie-going habits changed permanently.
Hilary delivers her list of the top films of 2012, along with recommendations for further viewing!
We’ve been talking a lot about the surprises and shuns among this year’s Oscar front-runners. Let’s talk about great films that had no chance of even being nominated.
With the year closed and shut, we look back at the films that sparked our fiercest (and darkest) debates of 2012!
As you await or shrug off the Mayan Apocalypse, we reminisce on the distinct cinematic visions of our planet’s destruction!
Duncan gives you seven strategies to keep your sanity during Oscar season. Our own silver linings playbook, so to speak.
Justin ranks each of the ‘Life of Pi’ director’s films from worst to best.
G Clark examines work from five of the most important female directors in history.
Face it. ‘Star Wars’ is coming back, and it’s here to stay. Let’s stop whining, be optimistic, and talk about what we would like to see.
Facing tough critical prejudice as he receives the London Film Festival Fellowship award, Duncan ranks the 16 films of Tim Burton.
An examination of eight of the greatest silent performances in film.
Duncan ranks seven of the greatest performances by multiple actors on a single role.
Hilary ranks her top ten stand-up comedy performances on film, with no small amount of anxiety.
An indispensable guide to the greatest concert films in all of cinema.
Justin ranks all thirteen of the $1 billion grossers from worst to best.