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This week Alex and Phil try not to betray one another’s trust as they discuss The Ides of March and the top 5 betrayal movies.
‘The Ides of March’ is tightly scripted and brilliantly acted with a few third act flaws.
Hear the reason why I think Leonardo DiCaprio is the frontrunner in this year’s Oscar race.
George Clooney, ‘The Ides of March’, and ‘Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy’ are featured among this week’s Boosts and Drops.
It looks like the first Oscar contender to emerge from the Festival circuit will be this highly praised movie.
Coens’ next gets title, bookies choose ‘Dangerous Method’ and ‘War Horse’, set photos from ‘Prometheus’, teaser for ‘Alps’…
Early reactions to the film appear mostly mixed leaning towards the positive.
The Toronto and Venice Film Festival selection looks like it could be an acting showcase.
With over 200 days until Oscar nominations are announced, it’s time to take an early look at some of the more difficult to predict categories.
The trailer has that perfect serio-comic tone that few do better than Alexander Payne.
A new clip from Alexander Payne’s next film has been released by Fox Searchlight.
Check out ‘I Am Love’ and ‘The American’ for their visuals, ‘Exit Through the Gift Shop’ is the real winner though.
George Clooney was subdued and calculating in ‘The American’. This guy is cheerful and passive aggressive in ‘The Canadian’.
Donâ€™t see ‘The American’ if youâ€™re in the mood for a taut action-thriller; see it if you want to be challenged to look at the hit man movie genre a little deeper.
‘Extremely Loud’ could be a 2012 Oscar contender, new images from ‘The American’, trailer for ‘Inside Job’…
Alan Bacchus says the film probably won’t play well for mainstream audiences, but is a smart and subtle thriller.
Annoying movie trailer songs, Clooney to play Sinatra and Jolie to play Monroe, early ‘RED’ review, poster for Ben Affleck’s ‘The Town’, trailer for Paul Haggis’ ‘The Next Three Days’…
My early picks for Best Actor and Best Actress are more hopeful than realistic.
Reboots, Vaughn takes on ‘X-Men: First Class’, ‘MacGruber’ is loved, creepy new Azaria as Gargamel photo, ‘The American’ gets a trailer.