A lot of famous British actors have appeared in the Potter films. These are the ones who missed out.
Before I start making my end of the year Awards lists, I need to make sure I’ve seen enough good movies in 2010. Help me sort out my list!
Almost all of the films on the latest Movies to See list are available on DVD or in theatres. How many have you seen?
As Thanksgiving winds down I thought it would be appropriate to share everything cinematic that makes me feel thankful.
We are introducing a new feature at Film Misery. Every month we will write about the movies that we are most anticipating. To start, here’s November.
The second trimester (aka Summer blockbuster season) is quickly waning and we turn our attention to the part of the year that we really care about: Oscar season.
14 movies have been released in theatres already. How many have you seen?
Every year on my birthday I revise my list of 200 greatest films of all-time.
Are you trying to avoid seeing ‘Eclipse’ this weekend? Here are 10 excuses to avoid it.
Everybody has their favorite film from the studio that has never made a bad one. These are my top 10.
Here are 10 books that have been adapted into films that are being released this fall. All of them have Oscar potential. Which books will you be reading this summer?
May is over and out with it goes the Career Appreciation of Mel Brooks. To wrap things up here are my picks for his top 8 films of all-time.
One of Mel Brooks’ director trademarks is a show-stopping musical number in his films. These are my favorites.
The second trimester of the movie year (also known as “summer”) is almost upon us. Here are the films that I can’t wait to see.
The announcement of the 2010 Oscar nominations are a mere 4 days away with a little over one month before the Oscar ceremony. Make sure you’re ready by checking out the 46 Movies You Must See Before the 2010 Oscars. Among the list there 14 films that are currently available for rental. The rest are […]
One solace that I have as a (wannabe) film critic is that I will never run out of great movies to see. My canon of viewed classics is much slimmer than it should be and there are several certified classic U.S. and Foreign films that I have yet to see. With the innumerable number of […]
One of my favorite annual items during this awards season is Movie City News‘ massive compilation of critics top ten lists. Their list was updated last week and currently over 130 critics have weighed in with their top 10 films of the year. Unsurprisingly the list reflects most of the critics award groups with The […]
Creating an annual top ten list is really a high pressure endeavor. Many of the films listed below I have only seen once and although they made a great initial impression on me, it’s hard to know if they have lasting power. Usually I re-assess my top ten list in June/July of the following year […]
It’s time to wrap up December’s career appreciation to Fred Astaire with the monthly “Best of” films list. I do apologize that Fred Astaire month sort of turned in to Fred Astaire weekend, but the Awards season kept me very busy during the last month of the year. I had the opportunity to see many […]
If someone were to compile a list (and I’m sure some people have) of the greatest dance scenes in cinematic history, several additions to the list will undeniably belong to the great Fred Astaire. The man transformed how dance scenes are filmed, pioneering new methods like filming a dancer from head to toe and using […]