Three English-language films took home top prizes at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.
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This month’s Daily Trivia provides taglines from some of the most well-known summer blockbusters.
We dedicate this episode to two mainstream actors in independent film roles. We also discuss how we watch movies and our movie recommendations.
The Cannes Film Festival has begun and the competition entries start tomorrow. Here is their schedule with trailers and clips for each.
Review of the movie ‘Thor’, discussion on how expectations affect a movie-going experience, and interview with ‘Thor’ screenwriter Ashley Miller.
I was excited when it was my turn to write this column for May. The start of the summer season, lots of great movies to be jazzed about… or so I thought. Bridesmaids, definitely. Thor, not so much. Find out about which movies are most anticipated in May.
Review of ‘The Greatest Movie Ever Sold’, listener feedback, and a review of ‘Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas’.
Summer movie season officially begins with May! These are the movies I’ll be highly anticipating.
Of the 10 movies I’m predicting that will dominate this summer 6 are sequels, 3 are comic book adaptations, and 1 is an original concept.
‘The Conspirator,’ summarizing the Q & A with Kenneth Turan, movies we have lied about seeing, and most anticipated movies of the summer.
‘Lawrence of Arabia’ is an essential film for movie fans that earns its lengthy running time.
Alex and Phil review ‘Scream 4’, address listener feedback, and revisit ‘Scream 1-3’.
19 films were selected to be In Competition and 19 for Un Certain Regard. View the entire list with a select number of trailers.
If you want a serious addition to the mind-bending subset of science fiction, you will find yourself disappointed. Keep your expectations reasonable and this jigsaw puzzle of a film will have you thinking for days.
The premier episode of the Film Misery podcast includes: ‘Arthur’ Review, What Makes a Good Movie?, Top 5 Films of the 21st Century.
‘Source Code’, ‘Your Highness’, and the Cannes Line-Up Announcement are some of cinematic highlights of this April.
It is back by popular demand – the Daily Trivia Contest at Film Misery! Test your film knowledge with this month’s theme: Subtitlementia.
2010 was light on movie musicals, but the next few years promise to be less so. Here are my suggestions for 10 musicals that are due for the cinematic treatment.
The new design is here and this post will give you a preview of the new features that are to come in the 2011-2012 movie and Oscar season at Film Misery!
Her career basically began with a big splash, whose ripples are still present as the ‘Alien’ franchise continues and Weaver’s own career still thrives on the basis of that performance.