G Clark finally sat down to watch Sam Peckinpah’s bloody western ‘The Wild Bunch.’ This may or may not have been a horrible mistake.
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Ti West’s first foray out of the horror genre, ‘In a Valley of Violence,’ is a derivative western that, though well-made, may test your patience.
Clint Eastwood’s ‘Sully,’ one of 2016’s better pictures, shows how stark and simple filmmaking can be used to powerful effect.
G Clark finally sees Sergio Leone’s masterpiece “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly,” and discovers where Quentin Tarantino gets most of his good ideas.
The painful lack of chemistry between its stars essentially reduces ‘Trouble with the Curve’ into an entirely forgettable sports drama.
Includes a discussion of Alexander Payne’s movies and the decline of the print media industry.
Most of Clint’s Oscar nominations have come in the last decade. Which of his films do you think was the most deserving?
Review of ‘J. Edgar,’ discussion of the Oscar host debacle, interview with Hollywood producer Jim Burke.
‘J. Edgar’ plays it too safe and comes across more as matter of fact, than matter of interest.
DiCaprio gets praise, but the film overall gets a mixed reception after its film festival premiere.
Movies from Alexander Payne and David Cronenberg as well as what to look forward to at Film Misery in November.
Making Oscar predictions on the five most anticipated movies that nobody has seen yet.
Eastwood pulls out all the stops for this one.
Underdog actors, Hardy to be in Batman, no January Oscars in 2012, female character flowchart…
Joaquin’s next project, Mel Gibson for Oscar?, another rave for ‘Social Network,’ new pic from ‘Deathly Hallows’…
Clint Eastwood’s newest film ‘Hereafter’ seems to be splitting critics like his last batch of films has.
Tomorrow the newest Clint Eastwood film gets its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. Watch the trailer today.
Lord of the Rings Theme Park, early praise for ‘Hereafter’, first look at ‘Brighton Rock’, trailer for ‘Lovely, Still’…
In 2010, Kathryn Bigelow broke the glass ceiling and became the first female director ever to win the top directing prize. Could 2011 make it two in a row?
There are very few films yet to be released in 2009 that don’t have a critical consensus already brewing. Of the films that have not screened at film festivals or early previews, one that has piqued a lot of interest is Clint Eastwood’s Invictus. Oscar bloggers are vigorously igniting the discussion of what type of […]