Special Awards for the films that deserve them. What are yours?
In Part 3 of out 4-part series of 2013 Film Misery Awards, we give shout-outs to the best acting, writing and directing we saw at the movies.
In Part 2 of our Film Misery Awards, we honor the best in animation, nonfiction and ensemble acting.
Hilary gravitates toward documentaries, formal and conceptual innovation, blending of the real and surreal, and direct, immersive stories in her Top Ten Films of 2013.
We begin the 2013 Film Misery Awards by honoring achievements in the technical categories!
What are the most overrated and underrated movies of 2013? The Film Misery staff weighs in.
G Clark’s Top Ten: 2013 was a pretty meh year for films, so the cream rose to the top fairly easily.
2013 was a disappointing movie year for Justin. But that’s his own damn fault, not the movies.
As we head into 2014, Duncan professes his infinite tenderness for his top 10 films of 2013!
With 10 hardly satisfying such a powerful year in film, Duncan begins counting down her top 25 films of 2013, from ‘Before Midnight’ to ‘The Heat’!
Who were the year’s original winners at the box office? Melissa McCarthy, Sandra Bullock, low-budget horror and nice movies about race, it seems.
As ‘Inside Llewyn Davis’ moves soulfully into theaters, we count down the top 10 musical moments in 2013 cinema, from ‘Frozen’ to ‘Stoker’.
The Film Misery staff shares their choices for the best films of the first half of 2013. What are yours?
The third and final installment of the Film Misery Awards honors the Best Performances, Best Writing, Best Director and…. Best Picture!
All movies – well… most of them… deserve a second chance. These are ten movies that Justin can promise to revisit in due time.
Part 2 of the Film Misery Awards honors the best in foreign, animated and nonfiction film
Film Misery staffers share their picks for the worst movies of 2012!
Not all awards are serious. These are those awards.
The first of three parts announcing the 4th Annual Film Misery Awards!
The Film Misery writers pretty much agree on the best film of 2012. How does our list compare to the Oscars?