Of the Weekend – 11.15.10

Read of the Weekend:

News of the Weekend:

  • Wes Anderson’s next film is on the horizon and stars are already lining up to be a part of it. [Criterion Current]

Review of the Weekend:

      Oscar News of the Weekend:

      • The Academy presented the honorary Oscars to Eli Wallach, Francis Ford Coppola, and an M.I.A. Jean-Luc Godard. [indieWIRE]

      Free Movie of the Day:

      • Check out one of the first Best Picture winners back in the years that had more than one winner, Sunrise on TCM tonight at 9pm ET/8pm CT. [TCM]

      Movie Quote of the Day:

      • “Stop moving, both of you. This is devil’s snare! You have to relax. If you don’t, it’ll only kill you faster!”
        “Kill us faster? Oh, now I can relax!” — Name the movie?
        Last Week’s Answer: How to Train Your Dragon (2010)

      Picture of the Day:

      • An image of the honorary Oscar winners from the weekend’s ceremony. [In Contention]

      Video of the Day:

      • Another brilliant movie mash-up reveals one of the most overused lines in cinema: “You look like shit.” [YouTube]

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      • Can’t wait for Moonrise Kingdom. I have never seen a bad Wes Anderson film. Each one has been a masterpiece to me, even Life Aquatic.

      • Quote is from “Sorcerer’s Stone”. Way too easy…

      • Reid

        Can you please update your Oscar predictions in the technical category. Im not being picky its just that they are from August and I really like to know your opinion in that category. Please and thank you!!

      • Andrew R.

        The quote is from…dang it G10000!

        Wes Anderson’s next movie? Yay!

        Sunrise is a great movie, but it’s not considered the winner.

        I feel like shit.

      • Quinn

        Thanks G1000, the ONE quote i actually know and you take it >:(
        Has anyone seen the trailer for the new Winnie the Pooh movie? It was really good, I’m excited to see it!

      • Jose

        Quinn, I am so excited for it I will attend the midnight premier for that!

      • Andrew R.

        @Quinn and Jose-I didn’t like it much. It was very forgettable, and Disney has overmilked the Pooh franchise.

      • Quinn

        Excuse me? It looks wonderful!

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