A review of Guillermo Del Toro’s latest, ‘The Shape of Water,’ followed by a discussion of how the still-young Awards season is shaping up.
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Guillermo del Toro’s ‘The Shape of Water’ is an exquisitely-acted, gorgeous film that introduces thematic threads it never satisfactorily follows.
From Greta Gerwig to St. Vincent, Lena bends the definitions of film in her unconventional list of 2017’s best cinematic experiences.
Hilary dishes on last year’s oscar-winning documentary, this summer’s popcorn blockbuster, and the newest series from Netflix.
‘Pacific Rim’ is a berserk ramshackle of glorious tech, unwieldy scale, but discordantly vibrant and dim action.
Independent releases and documentaries rule July with nary an interesting blockbuster in sight.
This week is low on offerings, starting off 2012 on a rather low note in my book as I offer my opinions in one of the most cynical posts I’ve ever written.
Lock yourself in a room with a Blu-ray player and watch Joseph Gordon-Levittâ€™s gravity-fight scene over and overâ€¦
‘Inception’ copies ‘Uncle Scrooge’, Ferrell goes Spanish, ‘The Expendables’ review, poster for ‘I’m Still Here’, ‘Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark’ gets a teaser…
Del Toro and Cameron do Lovecraft, ‘Tillman Story’ review, ‘Yogi Bear’ poster, Comic-Con ‘Thor’ footage…
Using special effects instead of acting, ‘Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark’ gets a release date, ‘Let Me In’ gets first review, ‘Essential Killing’ gets a trailer…
Guillermo leaves ‘The Hobbit’, Criterion reviews, ‘Hoosiers’ on TCM, Don’t F*ck My Mom, ‘I’m a Marvel, I’m a DC’ The Musical!
Anybody who watched The Lord of the Rings “Appendices” that came with the extended editions of the films knows how meticulous and exact Peter Jackson is with the filmmaking process. He oversees every single element of the filmmaking process from the casting to the makeup to the construction of the chain mail that actors wear. […]
In a recent interview with TheOneRing.net Guillermo Del Toro said “I can safely say that, as of this moment, there are absolutely no conversations about doing the Hobbit films in 3-D.” That puts to bed a lot of rumors that had cropped up lately claiming that the film was going to be a 3D experience. […]