That said, his particular auteuristic qualities remain consistent after his fourth feature, ‘Brief Encounter,’ which also serves as his first masterpeice and first box-office hit.
Our next marathon in Film Misery will be David Lean, just in time for the Oscars!
‘The Big Heat’ is a classic noir thriller that nicely capped off Fritz Lang’s career.
Check out one of Fritz Lang’s first films with this epic silent masterpiece.
In honor of the restoration of Fritz Lang’s ‘Metropolis’, Film Misery will be paying tribute to the legendary director all month.
Collider provided an article summarizing the potential future of Emma Stone’s career, a follow-up to this week’s earlier article.
The next two months at Film Misery will be dedicated to the legendary American auteur John Ford.
I will be posting my top 10 Ingrid Bergman performances later this week, but for now I want to hear from you. What are your favorite performances of hers?
Turner Classic Movies is dedicating an entire day of their schedule to the glorious Ingrid Bergman.
Two of Ingrid Bergman’s more diverse performances show her impeccable range and why she really is one of the greatest actresses of all-time.
Watch Patricia Clarkson speak to the grace and brilliance of Ingrid Bergman.
What’s left of the month of July will feature a mini-blog-a-thon for one of the greatest actresses of all-time.
What is your favorite Jean-Luc Godard film? Vote in this poll and share your reasoning in the comments!
‘Vivre sa vie’ is one of my favorite Godard films because it is subtle and sometimes cruel, but never boring.
The most daring member of the French New Wave gets the whole month of June dedicated to his glory.
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.
As Mel Brooks month at Film Misery begins to wind down it’s time for you to vote for your favorite Brooks movie of all-time!
Brandon Cooley celebrates Mel Brooks month by reviewing one of Brooks’ classic films ‘Young Frankenstein’.
Because of its subject matter, its style, and its arsenal of comic bits, ‘Blazing Saddles’ is a film that will never feel old.
One of Mel Brooks’ director trademarks is a show-stopping musical number in his films. These are my favorites.