Alex and special guest Justin Jagoe share thoughts on two found footage films and review this year’s Oscar telecast.
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Almost a week away from the Oscar ceremony and we look at one of the categories that features the most newcomers this year.
Alex is joined by Film Misery contributor Justin Jagoe to talk about movies and manipulation on this week’s podcast.
Stay tuned for live commentary and results throughout the night during the Critics Choice Awards.
It is no surprise that one particular film swept the 3rd Annual Film Misery Awards. See my picks and share your own in the comments!
These awards are starting to look very familiar.
‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’ works better as a visual showcase for Fincher than a narrative film.
The L.A. Film Critics spark some life in the Oscar campaign of ‘The Descendants’, Malick and Fassbender
Seasoned veterans and up and comers will clash in this year’s race.
TIFF movies need distribution, TIFF awards, artistic ‘Girl With the Dragon Tattoo’ photo, trailer for ‘The Swell Season’…
Looking back at the films that will likely live beyond the Summer.
‘Beginners’ is almost obnoxiously sweet, but also remarkably genuine.
Newcomers face off against veterans in this tough-to-predict category.
It seems a moot point to write a column about the Supporting Actor and Actress categories this Oscar season. The race on both fronts is pretty much set on both fronts, right? Christoph Waltz and Mo’Nique are on the fast track to Oscar glory with very little possibility of anything standing in their way. The […]
When I name a film the “Worst of the Year,” I always have to point out that I am not a full-time film critic. What this means is that I don’t have to see every movie released in a certain year, nor do I make a point to pay for movies that I expect to […]
Apparently November 25 won’t be as crowded as once expected. The Oscar probable film Up in the Air has been pushed back to a December 4 release date, which means it won’t be competing with the Thanksgiving releases Nine, The Road, and The Fantastic Mr. Fox. It also means that George Clooney won’t be competing […]
Grade: B- Shane Ackerâ€™s film 9 began as an Oscar nominated animated short in 2005 clocking in at only 11 minutes. For the theatrically released feature film, Acker stretched out the story to a still very short 79 minutes with the production assistance of director/producers Tim Burton and Timur Bekmambetov. The result is a thrilling […]
Fascinating because after watching them, you still have no idea what the film is about. You literally can’t even narrow it down. However, there is some mighty fine CGI work afoot. The first clip contains Heath Ledger, actually sounding like the Heath that we all loved. He appears as Tony, an MC-type who is in […]