Jodie Foster’s ‘Money Monster’ is an effective critique of the recent financial crisis and a good popcorn potboiler—it’s just not both at the same time.
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In case you’ve zoned out of 2014 so far, we’ve got you covered with Quick Takes of the year’s notable studio films, from ‘Non-Stop’ to ‘RoboCop’.
Final voting for the 2014 Oscars has begun. We make our Best Picture pleas to Academy members, starting with Duncan’s case for ‘Gravity’.
The Film Misery Podcast makes a brief return with a new format and review of the much-lauded film ‘Gravity.’
If it’s not too late to heap further praise and analysis unto Alfonso Cuaron’s ‘Gravity’, we delve into the film’s tricky balance of dance and spirit.
Alfonso Cuaron’s ‘Gravity’ has opened this year’s Venice Film Festival on a high note! We gather up the rave reviews of the sci-fi adventure!
The new trailer for George Clooney’s ‘The Monuments Men’ teases a very ‘Argo’-like mission flick. Is Oscar the target?
In case you needed more reason to get excited, two exhilarating 2-minute clips from Alfonso Cuaron’s space thriller ‘Gravity’ have landed.
This year’s Venice Film Festival has acquired a rare blockbuster to kick-off festivities in Alfonso Cuaron’s space thriller ‘Gravity’.
Film Misery’s 5th Annual Summer Reading List for Movie Fans highlights ten books that have film adaptations coming out this Fall.
Wild animals are trapped in people clothing in Wes Anderson’s ambitious animated film.
On Independence Day, we look back at some of the movies that exemplify the American “Experience.”
What will be the theme for the 2013 Oscars? I predict it may be the year of the blockbuster.
Reason for Box Office decline, Clooney’s next Oscar bait, first look at Renner as Bourne, Oscar trailer…
The frontrunners for the critical darling awards are beginning to become clear.
The Artist leads with 6 nominations. The Descendants, The Ides of March, Midnight in Paris, Moneyball, Hugo and The Help also recognized, while Tree of Life and Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close are snubbed.
There were some surprises in today’s NBR awards as the Oscar races become to come into focus in some categories.
‘The Descendants’ is another bitterly funny case study of a man trying to regain control from director Alexander Payne.
Includes a discussion of Alexander Payne’s movies and the decline of the print media industry.
The producer talks about working with Alexander Payne, the purpose of death in ‘The Descendants,’ and upcoming collaborations with Payne and Jim Taylor.