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With all the Oscar buzz surrounding Midnight in Paris, it is quite jarring to realize that it’s been twenty-five years since a Woody Allen film got nominated for Best Picture.
Living in Chicago at this time of year is a true pleasure. For 2 weeks the Chicago International Film Festival rolls into downtown Chicago like a runaway train.
Full reviews of ’50/50′ and ‘The Last Man on Earth’, Poll results about Brad Pitt’s Oscar chances…
Movies from George Clooney and Pedro Almodovar as well as changes at Film Misery are all in store for this month.
Review of ‘Moneyball’, poll results about best young actor of 2011, and review of ‘Straw Dogs’…
Hear the reason why I think Leonardo DiCaprio is the frontrunner in this year’s Oscar race.
“I am Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Taylor Lautner all packaged into one,” says Anton Yelchin in this amusing and informative Question and Answer session.
Review of ‘Drive’, discussion on Steven Soderbergh’s canon, listener feedback, and interview with Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez on ‘The Way.’
See ‘Drive’ for a shot of adrenaline to the heart with an IV drip filled of character.
Looking to share your writings about film? Film Misery wants you to be a contributor.
Review of ‘Contagion, Most Anticipated Movies Final Poll, Review of Stanley Kubrick’s ‘The Killing,’ plus recommendations and the usual…
Review of ‘Bellflower,’ Most Anticipated Fall Movies poll results, discussion on Eddie Murphy hosting the Oscars, ‘Back to the Future’ power laces, and more!
George Clooney, ‘The Ides of March’, and ‘Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy’ are featured among this week’s Boosts and Drops.
Good decision or bad decision? What do you think?
This Fall may be the most excited I have ever been about a movie season in a while.
Review of ‘Our Idiot Brother,’ Anne Hathaway Poll Results, Top 5 Most Anticipated Movies of the Fall/Winter of 2011.
Looking back at the films that will likely live beyond the Summer.
The movies and events that I am most excited for in the month of September.