The latest animated Batman film from DC Comics, The Killing Joke, is a faithful adaptation of the graphic novel. That doesn’t make it a good movie.
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Not all awards are serious. These are those awards.
Facing tough critical prejudice as he receives the London Film Festival Fellowship award, Duncan ranks the 16 films of Tim Burton.
Alex and Phil are Film Misery’s reckoning this week as they discuss Christopher Nolan’s newest film.
Go see ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ for the spectacle and stick around for the substance.
There may be no movie with higher expectations this year, but critics say it (mostly) delivers.
If there is anything to glean from this trailer, it is that the ending to the franchise is going to be an epic one.
A direct-to-DVD adaptation of a classic Batman story forces Casey to ask what the standard for reviewing adaptations should be, and with the Christopher Nolan’s outstanding films borrowing so heavily from the source material already, why does this even exist?
The things I like and dislike about the new trailer for Christopher Nolan’s ‘The Dark Knight Rises’.
Underdog actors, Hardy to be in Batman, no January Oscars in 2012, female character flowchart…
Nicholson has through the ages provided several classic performances, each in their own right worthy of recognition. He can play it soft, he can be a hardass, and he is an expert at drifting in between.
Caine and Nolan, Norton is no longer The Hulk, first negative ‘Inception’ review, ‘Thin Red Line’ Criterion cover, crying in movies is manly.
Nolan talks ‘Batman’, early review for ‘The Tempest’, new photos from ‘Toy Story 3’, new clip from ‘Scott Pilgrim vs. The World’…
Guillermo leaves ‘The Hobbit’, Criterion reviews, ‘Hoosiers’ on TCM, Don’t F*ck My Mom, ‘I’m a Marvel, I’m a DC’ The Musical!
Demands for ‘Batman 3’, RIP Lena Horne, ‘Robin Hood’ gets a Rotten Tomatoes ranking, ‘Tron: Legacy’ pictures…
Polanski speaks out, ‘Batman 3’ gets release date, ‘Babies’ gets positive word, funny movie marquees, and the trailer for Xavier Dolan’s ‘Les Amours Imaginaires’…
As the stories around the internet have been saying, Christopher Nolan’s third Batman film is back on track. For fans of his franchise this news has caused much rejoicing. However, there is rumor just today that may cause the batfans to scratch their head – the role of Catwoman has allegedly been cast and the […]
Poem written by a second grader (as told by my friend who is an elementary school teacher). Roses are red, Violets are blue, No one can stop the dynamic duo of Batman and Robin. Someone give this kid a Pulitzer.