Review of ‘Our Idiot Brother,’ Anne Hathaway Poll Results, Top 5 Most Anticipated Movies of the Fall/Winter of 2011.
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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.
As Summer comes to an end it’s time to compare my original Box Office predictions with the actual results.
Review of ‘One Day’, Listener Feedback on the Best Summer Blockbuster, and review of ‘The Purple Rose of Cairo’.
‘The Help’ is an easy to swallow racism study with richer character dramas scattered throughout.
Review of ’30 Minutes or Less’,
Review of ‘Rise of the Planet of the Apes’, Listener Feedback on Steve Carell’s Best Performance, Dual Review of ‘Terri’ and ‘Another Earth’.
The writer and director should have taken a note from the film’s title and kept this film tighter. Instead ’30 Minutes or Less’ has a disproportionate amount of groans relative to its laughs.
Following Alex’s tradition, here are my favorite films to celebrate my birthday!
The most complicated category at the Oscars is also one of the categories that receives the most attention from Awards watchers.
Review of ‘Crazy, Stupid Love,’ Phil talks about Comic-Con, Alex interviews Brit Marling and Mike Cahill of ‘Another Earth’.
In one fleeting ballet of a scene, Kubrick turned a mirror on nature of life on this Earth as he perceives it. That is a master moment if ever there was one.
In a roundtable interview, Brit Marling talks about doppelgangers, guerilla filmmaking, and the lifetime ambition of finding a transcendent acting performance.
Davin Lacksonen guest co-hosts for our discussion about Errol Morris and Harry Potter.
In the next few months, Alex and I will be intermittently posting reviews and articles about the fantasy genre.
As is tradition on my birthday, I have updated my top 200 films of all-time.
‘Friends with Benefits’ is a deliberately cliche spectacle of a romantic comedy. Rude, crude, and briskly paced, it is one of the year’s best!
Pixar is not going to win this year, but could they also not get nominated for the first time in the studio’s history?
We finish our ‘Harry Potter’ films retrospective and count down our top three films of 2011.