As the Academy continues to blunder in acknowledging diversity, we predict the Original Score and Song winners and cast our dream ballots.
The second resurrection of the Film Misery Podcast!
Can ‘Big Short’ and ‘Bridge of Spies’ outclass ‘Mad Max’ in the Film Editing and Production Design races? We make our predictions & cast our dream ballots.
As Oscar night quickly approaches, we start our countdown by predicting the Cinematography and Visual Effects races and giving our dream ballots for each.
You’re busy. Your time is valuable. G Clark tells you which 2015 films are worth your consideration.
At this point in time, you’re either on board with Terrence Malick, or have jumped ship long ago. Knight of Cups is unlikely to win over any new converts—but to the choir, it’s another fervent hymn.
As the dust settles, we take a quick look at the nominees for the 2015 Academy Awards, where ‘The Revenant’ and ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ loom largest.
Justin recaps the 2015 movie year, which may be the best year for movies in a while.
Closing out another storied year of cinema, Lena Houst ranks her Top 20 films of 2015, from ‘Carol’ to Channing Tatum’s latest male stripper odyssey.
2015 brought the golden era of television to rich, fertile cinematic fruition. From ‘Mad Men’ to ‘Sense8’ to ‘Steven Universe’, here’s Lena’s Top Ten Shows!
A (mostly) spoiler-free look at Disney’s take on the most popular franchise of all time.
The New York Film Critics Circle stood up for Todd Haynes’ ‘Carol’ with their awards, as well as appreciative nods to Kristen Stewart and Saoirse Ronan.
George Miller’s western blockbuster ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ pulled a surprise win atop an otherwise scattershot group of National Board of Review winners.
2015 awards season landed on strong footing with last night’s commendably surprising Gotham Independent Film Awards winners.
‘The Lobster’ is a deliciously designed, achingly funny dissection of overly modernized concepts of love, and the damage they inflict upon the real thing.
An unexpectedly conventional film for Apichatong Weerasethakul, ‘Cemetery of Splendour’ feels teasingly mesmerizing, but too comfortable to astonish.
‘Arabian Nights, Vol. 3′ fully realizes profound, challenging empathy of Gomes’ trilogy, a culturally specific, yet universally compelling masterwork.
The Ten Best films Steven Spielberg has made.
These are mid-tier Spielberg, ranking from just fine to pretty damn good.
Spielberg’s ten weakest films. Some are complete stinkers, but some are just fine.