Of the Day – 11.1.10

Read of the Day:

  • Sasha Stone writes a very thoughtful piece on why film critics matter. [Awards Daily]

News of the Day:

  • Documentary filmmaker George Hickenlooper has died at the age of 47. His latest film Casino Jack is set to be released this fall. [Cinematical]

Review of the Day:

  • Eric Kohn says that terrorism comedy Four Lions is an almost masterpiece. [indieWIRE]

Oscar News of the Day:

  • In what seems like a preview of the upcoming BAFTA awards, The King’s Speech has dominated the British Independent Film Awards. [indieWIRE]

Free Movie of the Day:

  • Check out Stephen Daldry’s Billy Elliot, which has just become available for instant viewing on Netflix. [Netflix]

Movie Quote of the Day:

  • “Now to set the trap, catch the killer and prove to the world that Maria Gambrelli is innocent… of murder. We must accelerate out training program. You must learn to attack me whenever and wherever I least expect it. And you, you must give no quarter.” — Name the Movie?
    Last Week’s Answer: Paranormal Activity (2009)

Picture of the Day:

  • The first images from Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson’s motion-captured film The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn. [The Playlist]

Video of the Day:

  • The official trailer for William Monahan’s directorial debut London Boulevard has premiered online. [The Playlist]

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  • Andrew R.

    Tintin-YAY!

    Four Lions the almost-masterpiece-Wow, high praise, but I think this movie might be a bit too “now.”

  • Jose

    That first image there looks cool, then the one with the captain looks downright creepy! If that’s how the humans will look like then I’ll probably not watch the movie anymore, Oh who am I kidding it’s written by Edgar Wright, of course I’ll watch.

  • Angel E.

    Hmm, The King’s Speech dominating the BAFTA’s, I wonder why? (sarcasm)

  • Jose

    Don’t knock it till you try it Angel.
    You have yet to see if it lives up to the buzz (I’m hoping it does) but remember that last year’s big winner at the BAFTA’s was the Hurt Locker

  • I’m not a big fan of mo-cap filmmaking personally. It gets to a point where you wonder if since they’re trying so hard to make animation look like real actors, why don’t they just use real actors.

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