Review of ‘Moneyball’, poll results about best young actor of 2011, and review of ‘Straw Dogs’…
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Hear the reason why I think Leonardo DiCaprio is the frontrunner in this year’s Oscar race.
‘Moneyball’ will be more appreciated by people who love baseball, but the performances and pace can be appreciated by anyone.
Some call it an Oscar lock and others call it melodramatic and cheesy. What’s the real deal on ‘Moneyball’?
Brief reviews of ‘The Illusionist’, ‘Before Sunrise’, and ‘The Tree of Life’.
‘We Need to Talk About Kevin’ may be an early frontrunner for many major Cannes awards.
I was excited when it was my turn to write this column for May. The start of the summer season, lots of great movies to be jazzed about… or so I thought. Bridesmaids, definitely. Thor, not so much. Find out about which movies are most anticipated in May.
One of the most highly anticipated movies of the past several years finally gets a trailer and it looks gorgeous.
With the release of ‘The Social Network,’ I conclude my series on his filmography with an analyzation of his first film and his entire career.
“I want you to hit me as hard as you can.” – The seminal film is culturally and cinematically brilliant.
In preparation for, “The Social Network,” I examine the underrated and misinterpretated, but heavily nominated film, “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.”
Here are my early bird predictions for one of my favorite categories at the Oscars!
Tarantino’s long awaited WWII film saw its first screenings at Cannes this morning and so far word is very positive. The first review I came across was Chris Hewitt from Empire who raved about the film: Tarantino has made a career out of subverting expectations â€“ this is the man who made a heist flick […]