A dazzling epic of stop-motion wizardry, ‘Kubo and the Two Strings’ is a powerful, cathartic tale of loss and aching remembrance.
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In today’s Quick Takes, thoughts on ‘It Follows” hyper-sensitive horror, ‘Avengers” oppressive patriarchy and ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’s aesthetic exhaustion.
Duncan offers his thoughts on the 85th Academy Awards telecast, as well as brief reviews of ‘Peeping Tom’ and ‘Side Effects’.
A brief review of ‘Snow White and the Huntsman,’ an alternate take on ‘Prometheus’ and a look at two HBO comedies truly worth a look.
Alex and Phil get into the details about Ridley Scott’s Prometheus this week as they discuss the performance by Michael Fassbender, Ridley Scott’s mistrust of technology, and other themes from the movie.
‘Prometheus’ provides an immersive visceral experience and enough ideas to spur more post-cinema conversation than the average summer thriller.
Phil and Alex discuss two new movies and whether or not HBO should ditch cable in this week’s podcast.
‘Young Adult’ is daring and unconventional, and likely won’t sit well with mass audiences. But it sat well with me. It hit the nail right on the head, without missing many beats.
Alex and Phil are feeling pretty homey for this week’s episode.
Casey C picks the best 100 Actress performances from the past 10 years. Let the debate begin!
With a long list of possibilities some of our biggest possibilities remain unseen. Here is where we stand.
With over 200 days until Oscar nominations are announced, it’s time to take an early look at some of the more difficult to predict categories.