As the 69th Venice Film Fest kicks into gear, we look at some of our favorite movies to win the Festival’s top prize.
As tradition Alex updates the list of his favorite movies of all time. Read his list and share your thoughts!
This week reminded us how toxic the internet can get when a popular movie is getting released. Here are some of the major talking point that simply have to go.
The Film Misery staff concludes our Wes Anderson marathon by ranking all seven films that he has made. Share your favorite as well.
On Independence Day, we look back at some of the movies that exemplify the American “Experience.”
A look at some of the most memorable ursine performances in cinematic history.
Film Misery’s annual list of Summer books to read to prepare you for Fall movies.
The movies are rife with adaptations and spin-offs of popular TV Shows. Here are some of Justin’s favorites.
The Film Misery staff reveals our combined list of movies that we cannot wait to see in the coming months.
Ten movies I want to watch in this year’s Cannes Film Festival.
‘The Dark Knight Rises’ and ‘The Avengers’ will fight it out for the top spot at the Box Office this Summer.
Lionsgate Pictures has an excellent opportunity to put a true visionary in the director’s chair.
With the release of ‘The Secret World of Arrietty’ this past weekend, we rank the films of venerable animation studio from worst to best.
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.
All movies, even the not-so-great ones, deserve a second glance. Justin picks ten films he promises to give another shot.
2011 had its share of great movies. Here are my favorites.
It was hard whittling down this year’s Best of the Year list to twenty films, let alone ten.
These are my top ten films of what I consider to be a quite remarkable year of cinema!
This year I pledge to accomplish new things in groups of 12. Read my lists and share your New Year’s resolutions for 2012.
A pre-emptive look at the people, movies, moments, and anything else unlikely to receive the credit (or derision) they deserve in 2011.