Grey Gardens may not be the most beautiful place anymore, but boy is it fun to visit.
The first film in our Classic Documentary Marathon teaches an early, critical lesson in film’s fuzzy distinction between narrative and reality.
Our next Movie Marathon into the largely underexplored – and underappreciated – realm of nonfiction film.
The Film Misery staff concludes our Wes Anderson marathon by ranking all seven films that he has made. Share your favorite as well.
Wild animals are trapped in people clothing in Wes Anderson’s ambitious animated film.
How I learned to love the train.
Film critic Matt Zoller-Seitz breaks down the fantastic opening scene from one of Anderson’s best films.
A look back at what might be Anderson’s most underappreciated work.
Anderson brings a cartoon to life with one the best films of his career.
An ode to Eric Anderson; the boys get painted.
An important step in reviewing Rushmore is to call your ex-girlfriend in Germany.
Wes Anderson’s first movie Bottle Rocket is a coming-of-age story hidden inside a heist movie that sets the tone for his quirky, charming oeuvre
Our next Marathon will serve as a primer on the director giving us ‘Moonrise Kingdom’ later this month.
The only thing about ‘Sleepless in Seattle,’ our first movie in our Romantic Comedy Marathon, that is more disturbing than Meg Ryan’s behavior is the fact that it all sort of works.
For the next month, the Film Misery Staff will be reviewing several of our favorite romantic comedies through the ages!
The Film Misery staff talks about its favorite films in the Hong Kong director’s distinguished filmography.
As our Wong Kar Wai Marathon nears its end, we attempt to find meaning in what is called the Hong Kong auteur’s “Informal Trilogy” – ‘Days of Being Wild,’ ‘In the Mood for Love,’ and ‘2046.’
As we near the end of our marathon, it is time to test your WKW knowledge.
Although ‘My Blueberry Nights’ is a love story, much of the film is devoted to the pain of failed relationships, which creates a powerful depiction of earnestness of a potentially working one.
‘Happy Together’ is a feast for the senses and one of Wong Kar Wai’s best.