The lead performance Oscars are all but tied up for their frontrunners, but there’s plenty deserving work to admire in our Actor and Actress predictions.
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Just after its trailer delighted us all, Spike Jonze’s ‘Her’ has been announced as Closing Night film at New York Film Festival.
The newest film from ‘Being John Malkovich’ director will feature romance with an AI.
David O. Russell gets funky & raunchy all over again with the new trailer for ‘American Hustle’, starring Christian Bale.
Try as ‘Man of Steel’ does to do something different with Superman, it still exemplifies the most fatal flaws of the superhero genre.
The new ‘Man of Steel’ trailer finally gives us a reason to get enthusiastic about the Zack Snyder film.
Now on DVD/Blu-Ray, the deleted scenes from Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘The Master’ offer a glimpse behind the veil of the cutting room floor.
Of the supporting Actor and Actress races, one is all too easy to predict. The other one, however, is the year’s most unpredictable.
The third and final installment of the Film Misery Awards honors the Best Performances, Best Writing, Best Director and…. Best Picture!
‘The Master’ is a thoughtful meditation on truth that challenges the audience to take sides.
The painful lack of chemistry between its stars essentially reduces ‘Trouble with the Curve’ into an entirely forgettable sports drama.
‘To the Wonder’ gets mixed reviews while ‘The Master’ gets raves and each reaction gives us a glimpse at their Oscar hopes.
Paul Thomas Anderson’s upcoming film remains my most anticipated of the year.
The Weinstein Company gives us another clip reel in lieu of a full trailer.
What will be the theme for the 2013 Oscars? I predict it may be the year of the blockbuster.
It’s nostalgia week on the Film Misery podcast!
Casey C picks the best 100 Actress performances from the past 10 years. Let the debate begin!
‘Topsy Turvy’ write-up, Adams is Lois Lane, early word ‘Moneyball’, first look at ‘Brave’…
Here are three surprises I’m hoping for on Oscar night. And I promise hardly anything about Social vs. King.
Iâ€™ve said it once and Iâ€™ll say it again, 2010 was an incredible year. And to extend that, it brought with it an astonishing amount of potential talent.