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‘Lincoln’ leads the way with ‘Les Miserables’ and ‘Silver Linings Playbook’ close behind.
G Clark offers Quick Takes on ‘Amour,’ ‘Barbara,’ ‘On the Road,’ ‘Sister Peach,’ a classic horror film, and a recent Adrien Brody trainwreck.
The trend is beginning already and there is a new leader in the Best Actress precursor race.
‘Zero Dark Thirty’, ‘Lincoln’, and ‘How to Survive a Plague’ won big with a Boston Society of Film Critics ready to spread the love any way they could.
‘Zero Dark Thirty’ landed multiple big awards from the National Board of Review’s generous and unexpected awards announcement.
The first critics group of the year weighs in with a familiar group of winners.
Michael Haneke’s ‘Amour’ was the European Film Awards’ big winner, while last year’s ‘Shame’ and ‘Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy’ earned some overdue acclaim.
‘Amour’ realizes a heartfelt Michael Haneke, reserving his anti-accessible motivations in favor of honest human tragedy led by two towering leads.
October is a big month for movie fans! Here’s what you have to look forward to, both from theaters and from Film Misery.
Check out our exhaustive list of contenders for the 85th Academy Awards.
Duncan takes a look at the highly anticipated lineup on the way towards the 50th New York Film Festival.
The newly-expanded Film Misery staff shares their must-sees for the upcoming months.
The potential frontrunner for Best Foreign Language film has been submitted by Austria.
With Venice and Telluride underway, it’s time to guess how the festivals will affect the Oscars.
There may not be as many Best Picture nominees emerging out of this year’s festival, but which films have the best chance?
Michael Haneke wins the Palme d’Or, making it his second win in four years.
Round ups of all films that have played so far at the Cannes Film Festival.
Films from Wes Anderson, Michael Haneke, Ken Loach, David Cronenberg, Abbas Kiarostami, Andrew Dominik, Jacques Audiard, and Alain Resnais are included.