Under-seen films by Catherine Breillat, Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘Foreign Correspondence’ and James Gray’s ‘Two Lovers’ top this week’s New on Mubi selections.
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Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘Inherent Vice’ is an intriguing, riotous dope noir that nonetheless feels emotionally inaccessible.
Just after its trailer delighted us all, Spike Jonze’s ‘Her’ has been announced as Closing Night film at New York Film Festival.
The newest film from ‘Being John Malkovich’ director will feature romance with an AI.
Cannes turns back time to 1920s Manhattan with ‘The Immigrant’ and 16th Century France with ‘Michael Kohlhaas’, both making late impressions.
Now on DVD/Blu-Ray, the deleted scenes from Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘The Master’ offer a glimpse behind the veil of the cutting room floor.
We predict the Golden Globe Awards winners in advance of the awards telecast, complete with ‘Will Win/Should Win’ estimations.
With the Oscar nominations now in hindsight, we look at the films given special mention by the previously announced BAFTA nominations.
There are no clear frontrunners in the Oscar race this year, but here is who I think will get nominated and who won’t.
Alex and Phil return to podcasting to analyze Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘The Master’ and talk about what was missed while away.
‘The Master’ is a thoughtful meditation on truth that challenges the audience to take sides.
We are now in the post-Toronto portion of the awards calendar. How does that change the Oscar race?
Kim Ki-duk’s ‘Pietà’ won the Golden Lion at the 2012 Venice Film Festival, but Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘The Master’ inevitably gathered the most attention.
‘To the Wonder’ gets mixed reviews while ‘The Master’ gets raves and each reaction gives us a glimpse at their Oscar hopes.
The Weinstein Company gives us another clip reel in lieu of a full trailer.
Harvey Weinstein gives us a preview of one of the most anticipated Fall releases.
Brief reviews of: ‘Toy Story 3’ and ‘I’m Still Here’
If you have a heart, ‘Flipped’ will entertain you. ‘Iâ€™m Still Here’ is worth a rent, but probably not more than that. Other than that, this weekâ€™s offerings are pretty weak.
‘Iâ€™m Still Here’ is a very difficult film to review and an even harder one to assign a grade. I give the film a â€˜Bâ€™ because that grade seems as good as any. The great stuff is truly great, but it is not a fun experience in the traditional sense of the word.
Joaquin’s next project, Mel Gibson for Oscar?, another rave for ‘Social Network,’ new pic from ‘Deathly Hallows’…