G Clark guides you through the twelve 2017 releases you should be drooling over in this personal list of his most anticipated upcoming films.
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Michael Fassbender dives into the drug trade in the intimidating new trailer for Ridley Scott’s ‘The Counselor’.
Alex and Phil discuss the style of Terence Malick and debate the merits of giant robot movies after promising to be more active in the Summer movie season.
With the Oscar nominations now in hindsight, we look at the films given special mention by the previously announced BAFTA nominations.
The typically scatterbrained Satellite Awards’ rather contradictory list of winners is led by ‘Silver Linings Playbook’.
‘Argo,’ ‘Lincoln,’ ‘Silver Linings Playbook,’ ‘Les Misérables,’ and ‘The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel’ each nab Screen Actors Guild Award Nominations.
G Clark takes a look at 2012 releases ‘Ruby Sparks’ and ‘Skyfall’—and revisits a Hitchcock classic in this week’s Quick Takes.
James Bond gets the Sam Mendes treatment. Interpret that as you may.
Some exciting new cast and crew members make ‘Skyfall’ a hotly anticipated addition to the James Bond franchise.
‘The King’s Speech’ and ‘Inception’ have the most nominations, Steinfeld finally gets put in the right category, and Bardem mixes up the Best Actor race…
NFL Best Picture nominees, Wood in ‘The Hobbit’, top ten movie posters, ‘The Fighter’ reality…
Two major critics groups announce their winners early next week. Will the outcomes affect the Oscar race in any major way? Here are my predictions…
Blanchett back for ‘The Hobbit’, Penn supports Bardem, Emma Stone goes blonde, blah blah blah…
Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu’s ‘Biutiful’ looks fantastic and could be a serious Oscar contenders.
‘Boonmee,’ Binoche, Bardem, and Germano take the top prizes at this year’s festival. See who won the Palme d’Or, the Grand Prix, and more…
One of the films this year that has a real chance at emerging from Cannes as an Oscar contender is Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu’s ‘Biutiful’. Based on early reviews, it’s off to a good start.
This year’s festival will likely include films by Mike Leigh, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Julian Schnabel, Susanne Bier, and Jean-Luc Godard.