No more teenage roles for Jennifer Lawrence as she stars alongside Bradley Cooper in David O. Russell’s new film.
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This episode brings with it the exciting return of Phil Kollar.
Gary Ross’ wildly anticipated blockbuster is certainly engaging, but its filmmaking feels stifled by the popularity of Suzanne Collins’ beloved source material.
Guest writer Aaron King recounts his adventure where he interviewed 6 young stars of what might be the hottest new movie franchise.
‘Like Crazy’ is a derivative love story about two uninteresting characters who can’t get over themselves.
The two lead actors cleverly play back and forth in a sort of Yin-Yang of stoicism versus charm. But just like everything else in the film, it generically feels half-baked.
“I am Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Taylor Lautner all packaged into one,” says Anton Yelchin in this amusing and informative Question and Answer session.
Alex and Phil have a very different perspectives on a superhero movie, but they both love Paul Newman in ‘The Hustler,’ which is celebrating its 50th Anniversary.
I was excited when it was my turn to write this column for May. The start of the summer season, lots of great movies to be jazzed about… or so I thought. Bridesmaids, definitely. Thor, not so much. Find out about which movies are most anticipated in May.
The new 3-minutes of footage has me intrigued.
Iâ€™ve said it once and Iâ€™ll say it again, 2010 was an incredible year. And to extend that, it brought with it an astonishing amount of potential talent.
With the enormous amount of activity recently in the precursor race, enough has been gathered to give us a few pretty clear ideas about the direction of the Oscar race.
Check out ‘Winterâ€™s Bone’ and the Millennium trilogy if you havenâ€™t yet and think you can stomach them. Sci-fi and Kubrick make for decent blu-ray purchases.
‘Winter’s Bone’ leads the way with three nominations for the 20th Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards.
Collider provided an article summarizing the potential future of Emma Stone’s career, a follow-up to this week’s earlier article.
Few races in this season’s Oscar race are shaping up to be more exciting than Best Actress. Here is my breakdown of the race so far.
Over one half of the year is over and here is the best of what I’ve seen so far.
Now that July has started over half the movie season is done. Which pre-July films will go on to get an Oscar nomination?
My early picks for Best Actor and Best Actress are more hopeful than realistic.
‘Winterâ€™s Bone’ is subtle, thrilling and an inspiring tale of what makes life worth fighting for.