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Here are three surprises I’m hoping for on Oscar night. And I promise hardly anything about Social vs. King.
‘The Green Hornet,’ ‘The Way Back,’ and ‘Biutiful’ are among the films we’re anticipating this month along with Awards ceremonies galore.
Let me just go right out and say it, ‘Blue Valentine’ is one of the best movies of the year. It is a major accomplishment for the actors (Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams) and the director (Derek Cianfrance).
The Writers Guild has disqualified some very high profile films from their list of potential nominees. What are they thinking?
For once the attention is not completely on ‘The Social Network’ as Darren Aronofsky’s ‘Black Swan’ leads in nominations from the BFCA.
‘Tron: Legacy’ and ‘The Voyage of the Dawn Treader’ will probably be the big hits this month but here are the films that have me most excited.
Weinstein’s challenging NC-17, ‘Kids Are All Right’ ups Oscar campaign, ESPN movie spectacular…
Alba vs. screenwriters, RIP Dino de Laurentiis, writers roundtable, ‘Blue Valentine’ poster…
‘Winter’s Bone’ leads the way with three nominations for the 20th Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards.
‘Bourne’ without Bourne, ‘Miral’ goes to 2011, Williams as Monroe, trailer for ‘Blue Valentine’…
‘Blue Valentine’ goes NC-17, Diane Lane enters Oscar race, poster/trailer for ‘127 Hours’…
Forgotten films found in New Zealand, violence of ‘The Killer Inside Me’, ‘Expendables’ poster lines up the veteran action stars, clip from ‘Blue Valentine’.
These are the films that got me the most interested. Find out which ones are coming to a theatre near you.
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Sneak Peaks: Tom Chiarella from Esquire has gotten a sneak preview of the upcoming film The Road. In his review he says: The other certainty is that everyone involved in this movie is working against the predictable imperatives of perhaps the most predictable movie genre of them all: the apocalyptic thriller. The great experiment of […]