2012 Golden Globe Awards Predictions

Just a few days after the Oscar nominations land, we're already thrust back into a radical contrast with the Golden Globe awards approaching fast. For once, however, they don't seem so entirely superfluous, in spite…

OSCAR TRACKER: Now THIS is an Awards Race

View the Latest 2013 Oscar Predictions As of tomorrow we are two weeks away from the announcement of the 85th Academy Award nominations and almost every category is still completely up in the air. This…

Screen Actors Guild - Bardem

Screen Actors Guild Announces 2012 Nominees

By now in the lead up to the Academy Awards, we've been seeing the same names over and over, and frontrunners are becoming apparent.  Members of the Screen Actors Guild, somewhat understandably, prefer to nominate…

Emanuelle Riva, Amour, 2013 Oscar Predictions, Best Actress

New York Film Critics Online Jump on the…

View the Updated Precursor Charts The third precursor award on Sunday came from the New York Film Critics Online who offered a batch of winners that looks very similar to the few other groups that…

Lincoln, Skyfall Podcast (2012)

FMP Ep. 057 – ‘Skyfall’ / ‘Lincoln’

Alex and Phil review two films about men in charge on this week's episode. The first is Skyfall, the 23rd installment in the James Bond franchise and the second is Lincoln from Steven Spielberg and…

REVIEW: ‘Lincoln’ (2012)

Grade: B+ Lincoln has the potential of going down as one of the great anomalies in Steven Spielberg's career. While the marketing surrounding this abbreviated adaptation of Doris Kearn Goodwin’s Team of Rivals would have…

MONTHLY HIGHLIGHTS: November 2012

The fall festival season is a two-act display, September and October presenting an often cool mix of Oscar vehicles, genre entertainment, and typical audience-oriented drama and horror fare. November is where the season kicks it…

Quick Takes – 10.29.12

I'm taking this week's Quick Takes as an opportunity to correct some of my major blind spots, all by directors with new releases this fall. In Bruges Grade B | 1st Viewing The first feature film…