No single film conquered this year’s generous, deeply appreciative Oscar ceremony. Did the Academy find redemption in a troubled season?
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G Clark walks through who he would vote for, were he lucky enough to have an Academy Awards ballot.
Justin and G Clark discuss their favorite films of last year.
The second resurrection of the Film Misery Podcast!
You’re busy. Your time is valuable. G Clark tells you which 2015 films are worth your consideration.
Justin recaps the 2015 movie year, which may be the best year for movies in a while.
Closing out another storied year of cinema, Lena Houst ranks her Top 20 films of 2015, from ‘Carol’ to Channing Tatum’s latest male stripper odyssey.
2015 brought the golden era of television to rich, fertile cinematic fruition. From ‘Mad Men’ to ‘Sense8’ to ‘Steven Universe’, here’s Lena’s Top Ten Shows!
A (mostly) spoiler-free look at Disney’s take on the most popular franchise of all time.
With the release of ‘Bridge of Spies,’ a look at the films of the most successful director of all time.
First off, this isn’t a review of No Escape. One review won’t correct the film’s Metascore and I’m not going to try.¹ If I were going to review the film, however, I’d probably call it the most exciting, nail-biting, edge-of-your-seat thriller you’ll see all year. (The Weinstein Company is free to use that blurb-ready quote if […]
With New York Film Festival 2015 upon us, Lena previews the best the festival has to offer, with live updates as the festival continues.
Class privilege and reflective female relationships unite screwball comedy ‘Mistress America’ and psychological thriller ‘Queen of Earth’.
Year-old festival standouts ‘Breathe’, ‘The Keeping Room’, ‘Blind’, ‘Goodnight Mommy’ and plenty more make our Top 15 films of to see in September.
‘Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation’ is the rare spy film with sneaking emotional resonance and thrillingly orchestrated, noir-tinged action.
As ‘Inside Out’ brings Pixar Animation Studio into a crucial turning point in their history, we look back at and rank their 15 films to date.
Lena reflects on 2015’s January and March releases, feat. ‘Paddington’, ‘Broad City’, botched Shakespeare, demon snowballs, and HBO’s ‘Looking’.
Persistently funny and wildly optimistic, ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ is a joyous comic blend of social satire and genuine upbeat perseverance.
Pure mainstream entertainment may be slim this month, but there’s no shortage of off-beat genre enjoyment in theaters. Our rundown of March’s highlights.
A luminously bright study of the duplicitous fixtures of race & gender identity, Celine Sciamma’s ‘Girlhood’ runs deep & defiant of emotional restrictions.